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VOL. XIV. NO. Ill 



CHICAGO, Fill DAY, MAY 8, 1908 



PRICE 6 CENTS 



JAMAICA WAS STORMSWEPT 



MUD AND MANY UPSETS AT PIMLICO, 



TEXT OF A NOTABLE KENTUCKY DECISION, 



CRYSTAL MAID’S DEBUT 4NTE 



Aiken Wins the Consolation Steeplechase — Clements 
Defeats Holschcr — Will Investigate Mutuels. 



Legality of Pari-Mutuel Betting Conclusively Up- 
held, but Bookmaking May Be Unlawful. 



PATRONS VOTE THE WEATHER THE WORST 
EVER KNOWN AT THE TRACK. 



SHOWS HERSELF A FINE FILLY AND DEFEATS 
ELIZABETH HARWOOD EASILY. 



lt;iltiiniir<-. Md., M:iy 7. Mud ruiuu-rs ;md 
l>r<-:iki-rs li.'id llic <-:iIl iit Pimlico this aflcnKNiii. aiul 
iiK'idciilally loll}; shots had their licst day of tlic 
uiictitij;. l-'avorili's wi-at down in raj>id succession 
from tlic tirst race on. .Many a ;;ihmI tiling wc-ul 
wrong. It was a case of tlic lirst away leading 
tiiron.gliont in most of tin- r.iccs. 

Tlic iirograni feature was tile roiisolatiou Steetde- 
eiiase for liorses tliat liad not woti at tlic tueeting. 
Tlie winner was . General \V. T. 'I'owties' litglily 
tlionglit of .\ikeii. wliieli eaiitured two races at 
M asliiugloii. .Vikeii started a few da.A S ago ami 
tinislied iar iiaek. 'I'odai- ition Kerr liad tlie nionnt. 
lie .si-ratelied IMS own liorse. K.ssex 11.. to ride .\iken 
at Cem-i-al Townes' re<|iiesl. .Mr. Kerr, wiio lias 
lieeii riding more or less indiffereiitl.v l;ere. |int up 
a >|ileiidid ride toda.v. lie ke|d liis mount in lieliind 
the leadi'i's to tlie last jnmji and iironglit iiiiii up 
in tile streieli uilli a well timid rnsli. lie was 
loudly apiilandeil wlien lie ri«le l-:iek to tlie scales. 
In the first race lateille It. repealed her goml jier- 
formanee of a da.v or two ago h.v defeating .Vinos 
Turney's go, h I looking eo|t. Sig, ‘for wlih-li ihiii 



The ilei'ision rendered h.v the Ki-ittuek.v Cottrt of 
.Vppeals Wednesiiay in rel.ition to iH-tting on Ken- 
tucky tracks was on an appeal and motion asking 
the dissidntion of the teiii|Mirary injnnetion re- 
straining .M i.vor Grinstead and other otiieials of the 
city of l.onisville from interfering with the racing 
and hetting at t'linri-hill Downs. .Vlthongh not ex- 
pressed. one nne\|ieeted outgrowth of the decision 
is that infereiit iail.v iHsikniaking on Keiitneky tracks 
is now nnlawfni. while the legality of the ineihods 
of hi-tling named in the decision is fnll.v estahlished. 
The i!c( isioii in full is as follows: 

"ruder the statutes in force previous to ls!i;j. 
this court held that the niaehine known as l•■renell 
pool or Paris nintnel iisi-d in hetting <in horse ra<-es 
«as a eoiilrivanee used in hetting wilhiti the nieati- 
ing of the statutes, and that , the persons who eon- 
diieted the hiisiness were indietahie t<'omnionwealth 
against Simmons. 7:i Ky. dl.s: Com. against Clieek. 
Hai Ky. I i. In IVK'. the legislattire. in revising tiie 
st.atnies of til,' stall’, adopteil the Ki'iiliiik.v statniis 
S«‘,-lion pifiti, Ky. Stalntes makes it a f,lony 
for anyone to set up aii'l carry on an.v mai-hine 
or I'onI rivaiii e use, I in hetting wheri'hv inoiiey or 
Ollier things may I,,' won or lost. Si’i tion I'.ldl Ky. 
statnies is in these words: 

" ■ rhi' ehang,' of the iiaiii,' of games, hanks, 
niai-'.iini's or eoiit riva nees nientioiied or ineinded in 
li:,' •pri'i i iling i-haiili'r shall md prevent the I'onvi,' 
tion of any person violating the provisions thereof, 
hilt no proseention shall he eoninien,-ei| ntnler the 
saiil si'i'lion later th.in live years after the eonimis- 
sioii of 111 ,' offi'iise. nor shall these provisi<ins apply 
to pi'isons who sell eonihinalion or l-'ri'inh pisds 
on aii.\ .ri”gnlar ra, e Irai k , luring the raii-s Ihi'ieon. 
.\!i imli, I irMoit for violation of the preei'iling sei-lion 
may i l a g,’ 11 <■ a, ,• 1 ^ 1,1 in one I’onnI with an.v or 
all of the olTeiises mi'nllon,il or inelnd,‘,l therein.’ 
"Sei'lion l!i77 proviiles that any pi'i-soiis wh'i eii 
gag,' in an.v ha:'.aril or gam,' on wliii'h inoni.v or 
propert.v is iii'l. min or lost shall h,' snliji'i't to 
lini' of not less than .$i;il mil' iiior,' than 8KN». The 
• pii'siion is pri'si'nieil wlii’llo'r nmh'r Sei'iion llMil 
persons may hiiy eomhin i i ii-ii or l'■reneh po<ds on 
an.v regular rae,- Iraek during the rai'i'S thereon. 
It is insist, 'll that the only ,'ffei't Sei'tion Ihlll. so 
far as lomhina t ion or l■■r•'n,'h i>oo|s at,' ,',,ni-i'rtie,l. 
i I*' eo'iiiiiT the (lersoiis \'.ho si'll lln'iii fr,»m th ' 
operation of Si'i'tion |;mm. under which the si'tting 
np of th,' niai'liine or I'oiilrivani'e would lie a |H'iii 
1,'iiliary olTi'iise: and Ihiil persons who hny the 
I'oinhina t ion or l'■rem•h pools on an.v regular ra*e 
Irai'k , luring the rai-i'S iheri'on may he pi oseeiit,',l 
nmh r Seelion l;i77. II is urged that the langnag,' 
of .di'i'iioii p.iiil giM’s no further than this, ami ihs's 



Aletbeuo Captureii the Newtown Stakes with All 
Ease — King Cobalt Runs Away from Mas- 
querade — Halket in Good Form. 



Disagreeable Weather Cuts the Attendance Down but 
the Speculation Is Lively — Synchronized De- 
feats Mortiboy — Mary Orr Wins Luckily. ' 



New Vork. Ma.v 7. It was storni swept .lamaiea 
tmlay uilh a vi'iigeaina’. Th>' olil timers, or at hast 

• he few of thi’in present, nniversall.v agreed that 
it was th,' wor.st da.v for rai'ing tlu'.v hail ever 
known, .V hanl rain set in earl.v ami thronghont 

• he aflerniMin there was a ri'iil dowti|voitr aei-oinpa- 
liied hy a lirisk wiinl. nhieh blew iliri'ctly into th,' 
grandslatid. The fi w patrons of this sei-lion hnddled 
together in the liaik of tin* stand while the elnhlionse 
set saw the raei's from hehiml close, 1 iIihus. 

The caul, will, 'll promised well on paper, was 
cut to pieces hy s,ral,'hes. small liehls la’iiig the 
rule. The only pleasant ft'ainre in th,' day's sport 
was that th,' program was rnn off in <tnieks't,'p time, 
and till' crow, I was hai-k in town a full hour ,'arlier 
thati tisnal. t'ontrary to i'xp,','tations favorites ,li,l 
not swei'p till' ,'ard. King Cohall and .Vletheno wer,' 

• he iitil.v elioiees lo seor,'. P.oth wi re at odds on and 
King Cohalt at so sinirt a ^irie,' as to he protiiliitivi*. 

Tile ft'ainre was llje Newtown Stakis. with only 
fiv,' tif the tlo/.t'ii ta'rded answi'i'ing th,’ post i-ail 
jimi with eomlilions all favoring AI,'lheno. th,' l;l 
to Utt favorit,'. II,' jnstitie,! the eoiditlene,' in him 
fiy winning all the way. 

I 111' talinlatoil hist,»r.v of the N,'W town Staki's is 
as folhiws: 

Year. VVinin r. A. \Vl. .hit key. Val. Tim . 

Ilki.'l Cameron f lL*Hi< I'Neill i|:i.::s,i |;i;;.' 

i:mt .Moni't ;! |iMi|T. I'.nriis. . . . I .::7<» ':17: 

Due. Czaraidiin,' ....'! lo.", I'.air<l l.'JIn I:ll.i 

UNK! Grapph' t lii.'i ( oirni'i' l.l’7d 1:1.", i; 

1'.MI7 Kiator Ill (lamer l.gii.-. l:i;; 

I'.aiS I ll.'IIK. Dugan ... l,.'!.'>(i 1 : Id 

Herkele.v showi',1 lo he a snpt'rior innd rniini'i- h.v 
easii.v I’ntrnniiing Tih'ing in the mile am! a six- 
teenth handiia|i. Tilling was vol,',| a real g,M«| 
thing. altiKingh h,' woiihl hav,' l„','ii l„'lt,'r like,l 
with inost an.v ,>lher ho.v hnl .Siiniler np. this ht ing 
Ids first iMonnI sini'c h,' was injur,', I at .\i|ni',lnet. 
Garner, who is showing i-oninii'miahie improvi in, nt 
in his work of lati', got D,'rk,'l*'\ a wav w,-li ami 
threw inn, I in Tihing's fa,',' all th,' way. 

llalkel npsi'l a ti'iriti,' piling,' whin h,' noseil out 
Ineognilo for th,' six furlongs hamlieaii. Inisignito 
was a w hli'spri ail ti|i anil the ipiot a t ions on llalkel 
reemled a eonpie of |Mii,its. Ineognilo led to the 
Slreleh. where he w.is eanght hv llalkel and in a 
stitr drive the latter won hy a lie.id. I'hos,' ehis,' to 
the linish elaiiii that llalket had mneh left in spile 

of the sei'inlngly light lit. He w.is ling nine 

teen iHiniids to the winner and is a smart horse at 
xpriiiling dislanees. If trainer I’.lnie siiee.'eds in 
}»'lling him to go a gis.,1 dislanee he shonld he a 
factor in Hi, I atmiia Derhy, for whieli he is a 
reasonahl.v snre siarler. 

I’liilip .1. DVyi'!' W.IS one of the ah.senlees |iMla.\ 
atid the fact was generally eoniniented ii|ion. as it 
was the first da.v .s raeiqg h,' has niissi-d in manv 
yevirs. Mr. Dwyer has md heeii well lately, how 
ever, and that ha, I a hig Inllnenee in his des'erlion. 

Frank l.ighlfooi eame to the tra,'k exiieeiing to 
start Havre in his interest. H. T. Gritlin hail 

• pioled l.ighlf,»,t a prie.' ,,n the eoli ami it w.is 
aeeepfed. I.ightfool did md have the eash. Ihoiigh 
III’ had [iropert.v to seenre mdes f,ir the anionnt. 
Hut that did not Imik g,M„| t„ Gritlin. who deelareil 
the deal off. Havre ran in Gritlin's eolors and was 
an easy winner. 



Iionisvilie. K.V., Ma.v 7. VVeathi’r I’onditions eoithl 
not have tM'en more nnfavorahle than prevailed fiHlay. 
.\ dri/./ling rain eontinneil for th,’ entire afternoon 
and the eohl eansed iM'iiiiiants of the grandstand 
to eireiilate Ireel.v. Thi’ri' was ph'iit.v of riHim, the 
alleiidanee heing the smallest iinmher at this track 
in years. 

The Dehiitanle .Slakes at a half mile was the 
principal offering, and six I wo year o|,ls started. 
,'r.vst:il Maiil, a smart liNikiiig miss from K. K. 
la’wis' siring, showed her sii|ii’ri,irily over the others 
h.v winning in ini|iressive fashion. Klizaheth llar- 
W'lMid takin.g si’eond place and Neoga third. Kliza- 
helh ilarwiNid Went into a long lead from the start, 
hnl in the streteh turn Crystal .Maiil moved ni, lo 
the Corrigan represeiilative and after a short drive 
sliisik her off and eame away to win as her rider 
pleased in the last furlong. The net value of the 
stake |o the winner was $l,tl.'i. 

The eoiidense,l history of the Dehnlante Slakes 
sine,' IlMMt is as follows: 

Year. Winner. Wt. .liNkey. Val. Time. 

Dmm, Sinli I l.'il Howell $ ;M.', : 48 

Ittol .\ntninn l.i’aves. . 1 DMIilmore ;H.-| 17} 

I‘.•ll2 Dleliant |go|i:. Williams. l,7!r, :4.s} 

llMi:’. While l‘lume . . . . 1 ld| Winkfiehl ... I. n :ts} 

I'.MH Miss Inez 1 |S| I lelgesen l..-i.",it :4s} 

Dmi.-, Iii'.'inlifnl Hess . . . 1 In; .\ieol I..■'h'!.■■, :.-,n 

I'.mm; I, i I lie Turner Ils.D. .\nstin ... 1..8 4.", :4‘.*.* 

I!MI7 .\neieiit 1 l.'iiTroxler I.7I.-| : I'.ti 

l!»OS Crystal .Maid IDilleidel 1 . 4.V, :.->(li 

Synehronized. which ran a fairl.v giMsl race in tlo^ 

Kenlni’k.v Derh.v. and was only healen a ni>s,‘ fop 

third plai'e. was made the iinslinm of a tdnnge h.v 
liM’al hackers, and he made gmiil in the elosing race 
h.v leadiifg Ihriinglioni and winning in a common 
eaiiler from MortilMiy ami Warner Griswell. There 
might have heen a different result had .1. Howard 
heen a little more alert and gotten St. Valentine 
awa.v from the post. The old horse was praetieall.v 
I, ’ft, hnt elosed a hig gap and wonid have heen sec- 
ond in a few more strides. 

Mar.v , trr. in the fifth, gained a Inek.v victory as 
l.ad.v Vie was mneh the Imsl and hnt for a p,">i* 
ridi’. I’onld ind have lost. F. Gritlin. h«r rider, 

got her awa.v from the |M,st in a had |M>sitii«n and 
allowed her to hninp into the fence on the tirst 

I m il. Sli'e gaineil sleadil.v from her |M>or tM'ginning 
and was going fast ami gamely at the end. The 
anelion (looling on this race was the best in evi- 
denee It!, to ilale, laid.v Vie selling in one |i,iol for 
^.'lOo against for the others. 

Hell Howe showed a giNsl iierforma nee in the 
openiieg race h.v leading the others thronghont and 
winning will in hand. Snap, on nhieh Kols’rt 
Tiii'ker wagereil heavily, ran fairl.v well., hnt was 
always held safe tiy the wiiiiier. 

GohliiriMif far ontelassed Hie others whii’h started 
in the second race and won in a hig canter. 

Kslella ('.. nmler giHal riding, made a show of 
her o|iponenls in Hi,’ third and won h.v a hig margin. 
Hnt for a mishap to .1. I.ee, Italhert would have 
heen seeond. His rider, while trying to ride iv 

wliipidng finish, again iiijnred the shoulder he had 
hurt h.v the fall from l.illian Ka.v on the opening 
da.v. This allowi’d Honehrake to get hy Kalhert in 
the last few strides. I.,’e was forced, on aei’onnt 
of the injnr.v, to eaneel all his other engagements. 

Ih’spite the iHMir weallier and mediiH-re Helds that 
started, the Is’tting in the nintnel niaehines and 
anelion msds tmlii.v was of heavh'r volume than 
.veslerd.'iy . The nianagement ^feels ,’l:Ued at having 
intriMlneed the new systi'iii. They are inaking 
pre|iarations to seenre tlie latest inii>rovoil machines 
ineinding totalizators. The latter will exiiedile 
work and [ii’rniit far fast,’r annonneenients of the 
winning anionnts. Si'veral niaehines will also 1 h! 
added to the slimy laioths. 

L. .\. Celia, one of the principal stis’kholilers in 
Latonia. favors the mntiiels and will adviM’ate their 
adoption at l.atonia. It is also stated that .several 
ejnissaries front the ('anadian tracks are here 
elosel.v oi, serving the nintnel tietting and will rei>ort 
favoring their use if they prove suttieleiitly suecess- 
fnl lieve. 



CENTRE SHOT CONTINUES HER WINNING. 



Defeats The Mist, Critic and Other Fast Ones in 
Oakland's Main Race. 



Hakhtnd. , al., Ma.v 7. — Seven of the fleetest horses 
In ralifornia. ineinding Centre Shot. Tim Mist. 
,’rltle. Fred Hent. Fantastic. Creation and Ualeigli, 
w,’r,’ engaged in tislay's hig racing altraetion al 
Oakland, the Evans Handicap, iianied in honor of 
the coniniaiiih’r in-i'hief of the visiting haltleship 
fleet. The race \vas won liy Centre Shot, William 
tValker’s exipiisile tliree-.vear-,dd dangliti’r of Sain 
— (irand Sh,d. after one of the niiB*l spectaeular 
struggles seen here this si’a.son. Th,’ wlnuer closi’d 
a heavilv haeked favorite and it was tin’ fifth 
foiiseeutive victory of th,' Wia)dlands-hr»’d filly 
since her lejiiveiiaiioii of a month ago 'I'lie seven 
fnrionga were rnn In the very fast tim,! of 1 :L'.'i4 
and (k’litre Stmt ilemonstrated hv this last erowii- 
iiig aehlevenient that she is easii.v the liest of her 
age and sex in ha-al training. 

The g,MKl card wound np with a mil,’ and seventy 
yards dasli. in which soni,’ of th,’ iiest horses in 
the handicap division were repri’sented. This re 
anlted in a lucky victory for Ocean SlMiro, whieh. 
after ,’iijo.vliig tin* lion's share of giaal luck from 
first to last. si’iMed finall.v h.v a narrow margin from 
Dartinia. whose nnrnly tK.’havior at tlie post caused 
her to he all hut l,*ft. Vox l* 0 |nili. the receding 
first choii’c, was so manifestly mishandli’d during 
the running h.v joeki’y .Sandy that his fini.shing un- 
placed was not taken seriously hy the hig crowd 
of hackers of the Keene east-off. 

FavoriD’s and outsiders shan d equally in th ’ 
aftern, mil's racing honors. First-class weather and 
track eonilitions [irevailed and the attendance ap- 



CHIEF AMONG CANADIAN STABLES. 



.1. K. Seagram has an extensive statde of horses 
in pri’iiaratioii for rai'ing in DKffi. the bi’st of whieh. 
in .•leeorilanee with his annual ciisti’m. will make 
their tirst a|i|a;aranee of the .rear at the Toronto 
stiriiig meeting. With such favorites nt the head as 
Iiif,’rno. Merr.v England. Sir Kaliili and Purslane, 
till’ Waterlim turfman’s list is the following: 

Merry England, eh. h, 8, hy St. George — We- 
knowit. 

Infi’rno, h. h. •>. h.v Havoc — Bon Ino. 

Sir Ralph, h. h, ,5, hy Hreadknife — Mnrgarntte. 
SlanghttT, h. h. hy Ilavoi'- - .Mart.vrdom. 

•Half a Crown, hr. e, 4. by Ilalfling — .Martyrdom. 
L.vndhnrst, h. g. 4. ii.v Ogden --.Vnx ions. 
Mainchanee, eh. e, 4, hy I’irate of Ihuizaiice — - 
Princess Lorraine. 

Ptirslane. eh. e, 4, h.v Watercress — Flavane. 

Sea Wall, hr. f, 4. by St. Si'rf — Fairlie Head. 
Hathhriek. h. e. :i. by Hatham|>ton — Ionic. 

Cannie CamiilMll, h. f, hy Love Wis,dy — laidy 
CamiilH’Il. 

*C,*eil KliiNles. h. e. .'5. h.v Milner- -relandine. 

China Slioii, ,’h. f, IJ, hy Hiivim’ — C hinka. 

Crmhe d’Or, h. f. by Cheval d’Or— Crniskeen. 
•Itog of War, ell. e. by Hav,a’— Ihdores III. 
(Jreat .Roman, eh. e. hy Marius II. — Atossa. 
.Tnidlee Juggins, b. c, ,'J, hy Juvenal — Julia Haa- 
over. 

•■Militalm. eli. e, .'J, h.v Milner — Bon Ino. 
*Mill-on-the-Flo8s, eh. f, :{, h.v Milner — Irish Lass. 
•-Milverton, hr. e, ;j, by Milner — Frome. 

Praetor, hr; e, n, by Marins TI. — Valete. 

•.Seismic, b. e, ;j. tiy Havoc — Semley. 

Sir (Talahad. h. c, :{, by Orsini — Chaste. 
Throi’kniorton. b. c. 3. by Salvator— Albertina. 
•Xenoerates, b. c. 3. by Hav, k;— X enia. 

Bay filly, 3, by Royal Cherr.v — Mazzic. 

Ctimbrae, b. c, 2. by Bute — Hlmyanee. 

Courtier, eh. c. 2, by Paladin— Slbrl. 

Great Head, b. f, 2. by Milner— Falrlle Head. 
Homebound. b. e. 2. by .Milner — Homelike. 

Jnnian, b. c, 2, by .Tuvenal — Fidelitas. 

I-ad.v Milner, hr. f, 2, by Milner — Veraelona II. 
Maximum, eb. c. 2. by Maxio — Flippant. 

Mendip, hr. f, 2. by Milner — Frome. 

Mercia, b. f, 2, b.v Havoc — Mart.vrdom. 

-Miss Greenan, br. f. 2, b.v Greenan — Miss Dareliln. ; 
My Valet, ch. c, 2. by Milner — Lady’s Maid. 
I’earlfisher, hr. c, 2, b.y Pershore — Glyeera. 

Rnb.v Bird. b. c, 2, by Star Ruby — Lyre Bird. 
Tollendal, b. e. 2. by Toddingtoii — Dellcia. 

Winker, b. c, 2, by Milner— Wink. 

♦In the King’s Piate^ 



DEATH OF GREAT AUSTRALIAN HORSE. 

The well-known race horse Paul Pry, the jiroperty 
of Sir Rupert Clarke, broke his hack on March 14 
at RupertswixKl. Snnbury. where he had been simnd- 
liig his days in ease since his retirement from the 
turf several year-, ago. The horse had evidently 
backed over a bridge across Jackson Creek, as he 
was liiseoven’d hanging by one of his hind legs 
from the railing of the structure, but Imfore he 
eimld lie rescued he fell to the ground some twenty 
feet distant and was killed. Paul Pry. which was 
by LaK’lilel. out of Bus.vbody, was fourteen years 
old. During his turf career he won thirty rac’s. 
ran sccwmI on fifteen oeeasions and third "thlrt»*en 
times. Amongst his Ktux.- 08 ses were the Pertii Cup 
and the Williamstowu Cup and be won many weight 
for age races. 



Ill race 74A'»."i Bank Holiday’s sliow tickets ealleU 
for $15.50 and Gharlield’s for $10.90, the values hav- 
ing been transpoaed in teiegiaphlug. 




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C.MU Ai:o, ILLINol.S. MAY S, l‘8ts. 



TELEGRAPHIC FORM. 

The horses wlii<-h seem best in Frida.v’s races 
are; 

Jamaica - New York. May 7. 

1 Thetis. Gold Slipper. Primrose League. 

2 Explosion. Gowan. ('oII<m|U.v. 

.Moiifort. Z.'il, Lord Stanhope. 

•1 Liglit Wool. Olil Honesty, S']>ooner. 

~t — .Madrileiio. Havre. Steel. 

(i— Goldi-n Pearl, Fielder, Bonnie .Man. 

E. Smith. 

Churchill Downs Louisville, Ky.. May 7. 

1- I'lindaiiiental. .Vndersisi, .4lice. 

2 — Oiiatidot, liiM-tor Simrall, Beth Goodwin. 

— FinaiK-ier. Ethel Carr. Potter. 

4 — Waterway. Cliartleld, Impertinence. 

fi — Hasl.t .Agues. Terah. Goloiiel .lini Douglas. 

C — (Juagga. tleorge Balle.v, Plantland. 

.1. L. Demiisey. 

Oakland tlakland. Cal., .May 7. 

1 — .Alil«-y. Ib'l'iiardo. Black Domino. 

2 — Monlelair. .San Olmo. Boas. 

;t .Ma.v .Amelia. I.onl Nelson. Como. 

4 WtMMllander. Oei-an tjneen. .Mozart. 

.''> -Netting. Hi Col Cap. Colilinliia Girl. 
ti--Sidnev I'.. Beliiiere, Tavora. 

II. Forsland. 

Pimlico — Ball imore, Md., Ma.v 7. 

1 .Mardella. Poeolaligo. S|ianish Prince. 

2 — WoiMlllne. Edgely. Blai-k Burn. 

:{ Clements. C«M-k Sure. Holseher. 

4- .lohn Dillon. .Amamla 11.. tleorge Leiper. 

Bagman, Naiitleoki-. Gloriole, 
t; Tamnie. Drfano, .Azure Maid. 

7 — Dr. Lee, Billie Hilihs, .lames Crawford. 

T. K. Lynch. 



THIRTY LEADING OWNERS. 

No striking changes have taken idace in the list 
of leaders in money earning on tlie turf, but three 
new ones a|i|H'ar in the list, the Ni-wcaslle Stable, 
A. .1. Gon-.v and Georgi* Odom. Barney Scbreiber 
Is pressing Hildreth for the leadership, lint the 
latter’s horses are iMs-oming tit for action and he 



E. C., Chicago. The Lawrence Realization of 1901 
was won by The Parader. Commando was second 
and .Alortallo third. 

<L T. I).. Miincie. Ind. It is simple enough. De- 
duct 80 from ticket values. For e.vample, a $Di 
ticket would tie 11 to ,'i. etc. 

J. G. L., Cincinnati. O. Gold I>ake was s«ild in 
the Held and lost. Had any one of the Held horses 
won the bet would have Is-eii gooil. 

W. F. P.. Detroit. .Mich. What was i-oming to 
.von in all was what would have b«*en paid to you 
at the track, which was $41.St>. Yon were inlstaken 
and the IxKikmaker was correct In his olTer. 

J. J. Me., Chicago. The emu's were clerical and 
the additions yon make are correct. As to Morti- 
Iki.v. $14,111 paid at the track suggests the sales as 
si-ilt were erroneous. The matter Is being Investi- 
gated. 

NEW YORK WORK-OUTS. 

"1 4^ New York. May 7. — Weather clear; track 
JL muddy. 

The iM'st work-outs at Slieeiisliead Bay, Graves- 
end, .lainaica and Belmont Park tiaia.v were; 

Sheepahead Bay (Main Track), 

Ind. Horse. .A. IMst. Time. 

l."( Golden Pearl 9 .V.8 1:04 

Hi Ramble 2 .7-8 1:04 

Sheepahead Bay (Training Track), 

10 Colin :i 1 l-s 2:0.7 

DJ Celt :! 1 l-.S 2;tl.7 

10 CabiMhon 4 1 1-s 2:Di 

10 Gretna tJreeu 4 1-2 ;.72 

10 Kestigoiielie It 1 1-S 2:04 

10 SniMTinan 4 1 1-s 2;tH 

10 'JTansvaal ." 1-2 :.72 

Gravesend. 

9 Coimterpane 2 1-2 :.7S 

•Mike Sutton 4 .7 s 1:14 

L't Neillim 2 s ;;i7^i 

1.7 Royal Ca|illve 2 .7-S 1:12 

1.7 The Pippin 2 7 S 1:12 

It! Tenia e«*o 4 :t-.S :42 

Jamaica. 

.Ann.n Sem|ier 2 1-2 C. 

L:idy Fllz Herliert 2 4 l;ls 

11 Oxford 0 I! -I l:2:t 

1.7 Paiitontle .7 12 :.71"i 

♦Black .Mamie 2 1-2 :4!i'.. 

14*.Mexieaii Silver 4 .7-S 1:0.7 

Belmont Park. 

It; Beaneou|i 2 1 1:.79 

10 Bine B.sik 4 1 1:4.7 

1.7 Don tittario .2 12 :4!i'i 

O Faleada 2 7 S 1 ;4o 

10 .lobn .Marrs 2 .2-4 l:l.7>4 

10 King .lames 2 1 1:42, 

.Manviette .7-S 1:07 

10 Stargowau .2 7->i 1 :.22 

Thetis 2 1-2 ;4s^ 

♦AVorked .May 0. F. .M. Kelly. 

BALTIMORE ENTRIES. 

Probabilities: AA'eatIwr wet; Irai-k heavy. 

Baring starts at .2:0<) p. in. (Chicago lime, 2:00.) 
X Buns well in nind. 0Sii|ierior nind runner. 

First Race — 1^2 Mile. 



2 


year olds. Maide 


ns. Special 


AA’eiglits 






(Track record: 


6199:t 


4!t- 


2 199.) 




Ind. 


Horses. 




lC.e. 


A. Wt. 


Ildep. 


74C.1 15= 


Spanish Prints' . 






197. 


. . 72r» 


74.5.19= 


Mardella 






K*7. 


. .720 


74(’.4.5 


PiH-otaligo 




:49? 


111). 


X715 


7469.5 


Haiunion Lass . 






197. 


. .715 


746’_'0 


Gtihleil Castle .. 






119. 


. .719 


7442S 


.A|Kilogize 






119. 


. .795 


74.551 


Prefix 






ltd. 


. .707 


7469.5 


Hiirrv Girl 






197. 


. .7<H» 


74C.9.5 


Gav King 






107. 


. .7(K) 




Carupaiio. bik. 


f. by 










Merryday — Gtsleliibl. 




107. 






S'allv Toney, h. 


f. by 










Katlierless — 


Enitiia 










A 






107. 






Mrs. Siddons. b. 


f. by 










Davbl Garrick 


— Vbi- 










let S 






107. 





Second Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 
;-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



(Track reeurd: 


74:i8.’l — 1 ;97?- 


-4— 


114.) 




74647= 


Edgely 


1:98? 


6 


.111. 


0725 


74667 


Black Burn . . 


l;9!*i 


4 


.104. 


0720 


74498 


Lawless 




;; 


. !*4. 


X7L5 


74557 


Donna Afobile 


1:08? 




. 94. 


X715 


74<i46 


AA’abasli yiieen 


1:98* 


4 


.lO-J. 


X7L5 


746ti7= 


Firebrand 


1:I9? 


r» 




X71(i 


74527= 


Margaret 


1 ;98? 


*\ 


. 87. 


..710 


74C6.’6) 


AA’tsMlline ...., 


1:19 


4 


.109. 


X705 


74527 


Miiek Bake .. 




4 


.KK*. 


X705 


7(KfJ!* 


Sliindv 




,‘j 


. 92. 


X7(H» 


74692 


Edith Glen ... 


1:09? 


2 


. 95. 


X71HI 




OceoneHiee. ell. 


K. by 









(tnldeii — Bonnie Osra .2.. !t4. 

Third Race — 1 1-16 Miles, 
o-year-olds and upward. Selling. 
(Track record: .7S2;:0— 1 :4Si— 4— KiS.) 



iiiav draw away 


•igain pfeseiiHv. 


T1n» stjiiulinj? of 


(746.68) 


Clenii'iits 


1:4(5 


4. 


.1(*2. 


.X725 


the tliirly leaders 


is iiow as ftiliow 


S ! 




74646= 


Kenipton 




4. 


. 94. 


.X7-20 




Total 


AA’in’gs 


74CBt8= 


Holselier 


1:48? 


.7. 


.195. 


.X7L5 


Owner. 


1st. 2d. :id. 


AA’lnnings. 


I.. AV. 


(7.1916) 


Polar Star 




2. 


. H7. 


. X7L5 


S. C. HlldreHi . . 


.. ’28 15 16 


$ 49.77.5 


$ 75 


74<H>7" 


Cock Sure 




.7, 


.102. 


. X7L5 


B. SHireilier .... 


. . .59 48 .55 


47.54!» 


.3.315 


74^iHS 


Listerine 


....l:.52? 


2. 


. 85. 


. X715 


1-. A. Celia 


.. 42 .T2 :i6 


27.411 


1. :’>('•() 


74625 


Jungle Imp .... 


1 :46? 


6 . 


.1(M». 


.0715 


B. A 0. Stalile . 


. . \i\ 0 s 


‘26.447 




74622 


l*ele Stronie .... 


1:17? 


4. 


. 97. 


. X7L5 


It. F. ('arnian .. 


. . :t0 27 27 


26.919 


2.929 


74996= 


.AHss Mazzoni ... 


1:48? 


2. 


. 85. 


. X7l0 


P. T. Cliinii 


. . 2S 22 20 


2i.::4s 


919 


74617 


-Azure Maid .... 


2. 


.100. 


X705 



K. L. Tboinaii 22 21 IT ls.27.7 S.t.7 

Keene Bros .2.7 2s 20 17.7S.7 loo 

E. Corrigan .T! 20 19 17.400 

H. Bedwell 21 27 2,.7 10.1 1.7 l.OitO 

J. .1. Walsh 17 1.7 10 12.7!UI 170 

P. Dunne 24 22 lo 12,.07.S 77 

W. Walker 21 l!i 19 12.4SO l.Orsi 

W. H. l izer 22 14 17 11.122 

Pasadena Slalib* ... 20 20 2,s 10.S.70 

H. T. Grirtin 17 14 11 10.427 sso 

C. B. Daniels 17 17 7 9.7S4 

Newcastle Stalile ..4 2 2 !l,20O !l.20O 

C. K. Ellison S 11 14 9.214 

T. 11. WtlHams 17 lit 12 il.P.KI .70.7 

A. Koeiiigslierg .... 10 .7 2 tl.11.7 

.1. II. .MeCormiek .. 17 14 9 S.H7S 2.C,40 

Cliinn A I'orsvllie. . 7 4 2 S.40.7 2.o40 

W. Gerst 10 17 0 s.ir27 S2<l 

.A. .1. Gorev 4 4 1 7.21M: 1.7!»0 

H. AV. Hoag 9 7 12 7.200 4.'iO 

.1. \V. Colt 9 7 4 It.TOl 4S.7 

G. .M. tidoin 10 !* 7 0.74!l 1.177 

K. K. AValkins 11 12 20 0.740 

II. Clark 12 14 2 0..7S<l 

Totals OlO 70S 4C,0 $47.2.702 $21,7!»7 

ANSWERS TO QUERIES. 

rCornmnniications wlthoiit names and acklrosses 

of semlers will not tie answered or noHeetl; iKir 

will any answers be sent by mail.] 

B. P., Clileago. $.2.10. 

F. G. P.. (2ileago. $2.2.7 was due. 

Hoover. Cineinnatl, O. Yon slioiild have lieon paid 
flO.7. 

M. J. F., (Iticago. $.7 on Fundamental place won 

Boiarts. Clileago. Tlie parlay would bring $4.20 
to the dollar. 

Pete IL. Chicago. Calculate for yourself at 1 
to 4 and .2 lo 7 sliow. 

W. F. A.. St. lamis. Mo. From the two wagers 
the sum of $12.70 is dm- you. 

H. B.. Joliet, 111. To lie exact, each dollar liet 
on Goblpriuif place won (i4 cents. 

W. II. H., Cliiiago. riidoiibtcdly the sums puh- 
lished were the sums paid at the track. 

A. F. T.. Cliiiago. The parlay Is to Im> computed 
on the liasis of 1 to 2 and even money, giving you 
$0. 

M. T.. Chicago. Deduct $7 from the ticket return. 
The sum left is wliat the $7 won. The rest of It 
you can eab-iilate. 



74ii«i7* Trey of Spades 2.. S4..XT00 

74t!4(, Caroline AV .7. .100. . 0700 

Fourth Race— About 2 Miles. 
Steeiilecliase. 

4-year-oIds and upward. Allowances. 

(Track rei-ord: 74421 — 1:20--IJ — 1.7.7.) 



(7402.2) JOHN DILLON .7.. 1.72 

(74(i04> tieorge Leiper .7.. 1.70 

74lifi»i .Amanda II .7.. 14.7 

7442P Essex II IL.L70 

74r,»i<! Yama Christy 7.. 1.70 

74tM>4 Nol>less«‘ Oblige ti..l4ti 

74004 My Grace 7.. 1.70 

744SO Flying Machine 7.. 140 

Fifth Race— 5-8 Mile. 
2-year-ohls. Selling. 

(Tnick record: (>8.7«K( — l:ol] — .2 — 101.) 

74047= Rngman 104 

74mtO Nantieoke 1 :02g 104 

7404.7 Gloriole lOtl 

74041* Flat Creek lo4 

74770 Cliristmas 104 

74»MI7 Princess Marion DM 

74ii07 Sontliern Bride l«i!i 

74477 Sir Cannon 107 

Brigliton Jack, hr. e. 
by Faraday — Lilac.. 112 

Sixth Race— 1 Mile. 





(Track record; li.5'4(’kt 


— 1:49.'.— : 


5— !*7. ) 




(74024) 


Proclivity 


.1:47 


95. 


• X725 


(746.50) 


Taninie 


. 1 :48J 


97. 


. X729 


(7.’t916) 


Polar Star 




97. 


. X715 


74tr25 


Orfano 




97. 


. X7L5 


74498 


King’s Plate 


.1:4.5? 


97. 


.0715 


74(i46 


Onr Boy 




199. 


. X710 


74CG7 


-Azure Maid 


..1:41? 


95. 


. X795 


74t!07» 


Trey of Spades 


.l:4.’J? 


97. 


. X705 


74(H>2 


Helen B 




!*5. 


. X7t8) 


74CJK* 


Cartwheel 




97. 


. X7(M 



Seventh Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 
.2-yenr-olds and upward. Selling. 



j (Track record: 74:ts.2 -1:07<>- 

! 74.7.7.7 Billie Ilibbs 1 :0,sj 

44:to= Dr. I.u*e l:llg 

4007 .MontlMTt l:osi 



744.22= James Crawford 

74<i2tt ll(Mit Mon 

74.7.7T I.iUle Woods ... 
720.72 Profit 



4—114.) 

2.. 1m:..X727 

4. .DK* 720 

2.. !*7..X717 
4. .DK*. . X717 
4. .109. . X710 
0. .10!*. . X710 
2.. 92..X710 



744S:t 


Lykers 




3.. !*2. 


74621 


Stillhnnt 


..1:10? 


5.. 109. 


74*’>6!« 


Oetoie 




:t.. !I4. 


744167 


Marston 




3.. 97. 


74.527 


Belle .Alina 




4. .102. 


The 


Mgm-es under “Ree.” 


' In aliovp 


entrieft 



THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1908. 



OAKLAND FORM CHART. 

(OAKLAND.) 



WEATHER CLEAR. 



TRACK FAST. 



(hie hundred and fift.v-foiirth day. New California Jockey Club. Winter Meeting of 181 da.vs. (.‘{8 
books oii.l 



Presiding Judge, E. C. HopiR-r. Starter, Richard Dw.ver. Secretary. Pere.v W. Treat. 



Racing starts at 1:40 p. m. (Chicago time 3:40 p. m.). W Indicates wlrfp, S spurs, B blinkers. Fig- 
ures In iiarentheses following the distance of each race Indicate Index numlier. track record, age of horse 
and weight carried. 



n A FIRST RACE— 8-4 Mile. (72047 — 1:11 1 — .2 — 10.2.) $400 added. 3-year-olds and up- 

4 I ward. Selling. Net value to whiner 

lud HiirsM AWt PPStJ4~%~?T StT Fh~ J<xkeys_ IJwners ^ 0~H^C”^ S~ 

74633*TALARAND w 8 120 7 1 21 1} Ink U ~Goldstein Wilson A CfiA'en 3-2 3-2 6-3 1-2 1-4 

74««1 TRIUMPHANT WB 4 123 9 5 4i '4‘i 2=1 2*1 T Rice Keene Bros 6 8 8 2| 7'S 



74021 ROY.A.L ROGUE w 0 120 2 8 

74.718 MAND.ARl.S’ w 5 123 12 2 

74141 PRLNCE BRUTUS w 6 120 3 7 

74417 MARGIE l>. w 3 lot: lo 4 

74:«il CURRDTI.UM WB 4 120 5 « 

74fiOS OLD SETTLER w 3 loj H ]l 

7470*; B.ALHEED w 3 107 8 !t 

74421 SID SILA ER s K 120 4 3 

736(70 DUKE OF ORLE.AXSws 4 118 1 lo 

7237.3 Y.AXK ws 4 118 6 12 



gnk 7nk 3j 3» Miller Denny Bros 



7*> 3*1 5i 4= .Stuart 



knk tij 4'>i( 5J Pen’gast I, -A Wilson 



:tS .24 6=4 tiuk Rettig 
34 8=4 7' 7* Manders 



10= pH !i> S'lk ,A Harris W Diirker 



Denny Bros 6 1? 13 5 21 

AV D Millard 8 10 10 4 2 

L -A Wilson 13 13 11 5 2J 

T -A. Davies 13 30 30 12 6 

.s Judge 6 13 10 4 2 

W Darker 12 1.3 12 5 2 

J B Dunn 12 23 23 10 3 

D F Blakeiiian 30 30 30 2<) 10 

B K Rice Jr 30 40 40 13 8 



,4.i«6 B.\LHKED w 3 107 8 !t 8*i HI 10= y=J Buxton J B Dunn 12 23 23 10 3 

74421 SID SILA'ER s K 120 4 3 li> 2«k 8= lo'j McClain D F Blakeiiian 30 30 30 20 10 

Dl'KE OF ORLE.AXSws 4 118 1 lo llj II* 11* 11= Will’ms B K Rice Jr 30 40 40 13 8 
72o75 Y.AXK wis 4 118 6 12 12 12 12 12 Dear^rn .Andre w.s& Powers 40 130 150 60 30 

Time. 24i. 485. 1:14*. 

”.*'*'*cr— t'li. g. b.v El_ Rio Rey — Ilettle Hiituiihreys itniined by S. J. Kelly). 

Went to P'*i*t at 1:47. .At )s>st 4 minutes. Start giHsl. Won driving; second and tlilrd the same, 
lalarand praelleally made the |iaee tbrongbont and won with sonietbing in reserve, 'rrininiibant ran In 
forward pnrsnlt of tlie iiaeeniaker and was wearing him down slowly at tlie end. Royal Rogue, from a 
slow inside start, closed a big gap into a fust going third. .Mandarin dro|i|ied back iiniekiv and made ii)i 
ground III the last half. Prlmv Hrntns loomed ii|i inonientarily <hi the lust turn, but (|iiii finalAv. .Alargie 
D. was proiiiinen^ for live furlongs. Cnrib iilnm linislieil well and Is Improving, tlld .Settler got awav very 
badly. The winner was entered for $4tH*; no bid. 

Overweights — .Margie D., 1 i>onnd. 



74677 



SECOND RACE— 1-2 Mile. (74P.K) — 47—2—11.2.) 
.Allowances. Net value lo winner $.2.S3. 



$409 addeil. 2-year-obls. Maidens. 



74:.92 I.N’TON.ATIOX 

74.'.4o=.MIDDIE 

74-2«.3 HELI, OF BRAS.S 

7:tN74=A'OIA) 

74.3Htl (.’ALEKA 
73Mi,S=.ACE OF DIAMOXD.S 
74:.4H COLONEL DICK 
7ir.!S) MENTAL .AXGl’ISH 
7I2W.3 BUBBLl.NG WATER 
7t(Xft BERNARD K. 

7;t>:.i the drake 
74.'4't ZELLA G. 



AWtPPSt U Vj % Sir Fin Jockeys 
w 97 2 2 1=4 1= 1= tioblsteln 

w 112 7 6 3= 3= 23 .1 Melnty 



Ws 109 8 8 
ws 109 4 1 
WB 109 3 4 
w 107 10 3 
w 107 1 3 
B 107 11 9 
w 103 3 n 
w 101 9 7 

W HHJ 6 10 

w F*1 12 12 



•% Sir! in Jockeys Owners O H ( t s 

u 1= GoldstHri j W Blalock 20 20 20 8 4 ^ 

33 3= 23 .1 MelntyreOrmondale Stable4 4 3 H-lo,'T20 



4= 3ut ;{3 Mcln’reE AVrigbt 



20 30 10 4 



21 21 41 Moreland AnchorageSkFm 6 10 lo 4 



10 ‘ 64 3‘ D I tola 
Ituk 4uk (Juk X Rice 
3' 7"k 71 Rettig 
7"k 8> S3 .Mentry 
11“ 9= 9= Sandy 



D Itoland M B Fisher 

T Rice .S C Hildreth 

Rettig B Scbreiber 

Mentry J F Newman 



10 25 25 8 

3 6 6 21 11-10 

20 40 40 13 7 



Molera .losephsOt 20 20 8 



9= 10= I0> A'and’.s»>n .1 Korzeiiiewski :to 30 3<» 12 6 



.2is,l THE DRAKE W HHJ 6 10 S.» H* 11>“ W Miller T H AVilli.am.s 10 23 25 lo 3 

74.'40 ZEI.LA G. W F*1 12 12 12 12 12 J Have.s F AV F.ister lo 13 1.3 6 24 

Time. 213. 48J. 

Winner— Itr. g. by St. .Sinionian II. — Prismatic II. Ilrained by J. A\'. Blabsk). 

Went lo iMist at 2:14. At iH>st 2 iiiiniites. Start fair. Won easilv: second and third driving. Intonn- 
Hon dashed into the lead at the start and s|)readeagled the others. Middle broke slowlr and out of Ids 
.'Irble and was carried wide on the streleli turn, but tinisb<-d a fast going sei'ond. Beli of Brass, away 



IHM.ily, closed a big gap and was a game third. Yolo was prominent tliriMiglioiit and held on gamely 
( aleia. Irom a tlalfisiled start, was shuttled to Hie rear and elos*-d a big gap. .Aee of Diamonds tinislieiil 
usll up and going fast. Colonel Dick also tinisbed well. Mental .Anguish, away baillv on the ex'lreuie 
<>iit--ide. bad no ehaiiee and was iss-keted in the str<‘leli. 

(*verweigbts — Bubbling AA’ater. 4 isMinds; The l*rake, 2: Zella (!.. it. 

^ Q THIKD K.ACK— 1 Mile, (ilbllH-^l titSH—l— !).'). ) Purse $4P9. it-year-olds. Selling. 

§ vf i Net value to winner $ii2r>. 



Ind Horses 
7 1343 CAiTmELI.N-A 
74:43 HIGH GUN 
7(293 FRA.NtM.SC AX 
716P. AVl ERZ(trRGER 
74610 WOLFVILLE 
74:><nt=STEEL BLI’E 
74610 DECORATOR 
74341 E.XCHEtjCER 
(7I60S) 1 tAXO.N IC.A 



THIKD K.ACK— 1 Mile. (119194-^1 ::tS.;—4—!)5. ) Purse $4PO. it-year-olds. Selling. 
Ne t va lue to winner $ii2r>. " 

AAA'tPPSt ‘4 Vi % Str Fin .Toek«>.vs Owners I* il G 1>~ 

w 103 it 2 7» 7"' 5=1 21 P Mentry H W Hoag 10 12 12 5~ 

WB 107 2 1 33 3!i 4h i’.k 2h Borel C .Sanford lo lit r, 

r WB lo3 6 7 6= 3h 3= 111 (stein T .1 Ogles 6 7 3) 7 3 

iER w 102 3 3 31 i;= 63 3' 4= .A Harris W Walker 6 8 S 3 

ws I'lO 8 S s* S“ S= 7'4 3‘ Galindo \\' St A ineent 10 10 lo 4 
•7 WB 103 7 9 9 9 9 9 6* F I CbrandSteele ,V Riley 24 16-C16 Tut 3 

w 107 4 3 4'1 43 7* S' 7'4 D Itidand E AA’aylanil 12 20 16 6 

W lo7 1 4 2=1 2= 2'i 6= Sli T Rice Keene Bros 3 lo lo 4 

w 103 9 6 11 1=1 1= 4U 9 Buxton 1! Scbreiber 4 7 7 21 



ws pio 8 S S* S“ s= 

WB 103 7 9 9 9 9 

W 107 4 3 4';. 43 7* 



H W Hoag 
c .Sanford 



O II (i P S 

10 12 12 5 24 

lo lit 12 5 21 

6 7 31 737-10 

6 8 8 3 it 2 

10 10 10 4 2 

24 lit -616 r,6 .3 it— 3 
12 20 16 6 it 

3 lo lo 4 2 

4 7 7 2.1 6 5 



74341 E,\CHE(,jl’ER W 107 1 4 2=4 2= 2'> 6= Sh T Rice Keene P.ros 3 lo lo 4 ‘> 

(7I6osh:a.\().N1CA w 103 9 6 11 1=1 1= 4U 9 Buxton 1! Scbreiber 4 7 7 21 6 5 

Time, jp I;).',!. 1:41! 

W’inner— BIk. f, liy Ojsini — Cartiiagena Grained liy H. W. Hoag). 

Went to post iit 2;it.,. At |»ost it minutes. Start fair. AA'on driving; second and lliird tlie same. 

< .''rtnelina. slinttied liaek on Hie first turn, steadily ini|iroved lier |Mis|tion on tin- outside tliriHigli Hie last 
lliree-qiiarters and drew out witli a riisli midway of tlie siretcli. Imt tiiiislnsl tiring. High linn. Iiiekiin- 
and lorwardly (daced from tlie start, was a fast going second. Franciscan ipiicklv got into forward pnr- 
snil and drew out momentarily in tlie siretcli. Init tired tinallv. AA'iierzInirger ran 'in proniiiient cioileiiliiai 
for s»-veii furlongs. Wolfville. nearly left and on Hie extreme outside. Hosed an immeiiso gap. Steel 
P.liie. interfered willi at tlie start. dro|i|>ed iiopelessly to Hie rear and Hosed a gaii. Init was very sore 
Banoniea sliowed snioMior s|K**-d for s«‘veii fitflongs. but failed to stay. The winiMT, entered for JsVi'io was 
Idd lip to $tii8t Iiv AV. S. Heatli and Isoiglit in. 

Scratelied 74fiiU3-'\Vap. lli;i; ( 7 1.314) Hiiiio ro. 19.3; itVStM) AA'illlam Itissett, Itrj. 

Hverweiglils — Higli Giin. 2 ismnds. 

^7 i\ P'H'inil BACK 7-8 Mile. ( TiiTitO— 1 :2.3J — I Iti!).) Pnr.se $799. it-year olds and up 

# i ward. Ilaiidieaii. Net value to winner $.3.316 

Ind Horses .AAA’tlTSt *4 '-j Str Fin .Tiwkeys Dwners o Tc (' ' |* 

(7I.394T< ’ENTRE~SHOT w 3"KMl“4~7~6=~.5ii~44~3' ~ln~T^ Harris W'~AA'ulk<l^ 7-.3's .3~7 .3'l- > 1-1 

74.-.9l=THE .MLST w 6 lo4 I 1 13 1'4 1-11= 2'4 J MeliityreD A Ross 3 34 16 .34-3 2-3 

74l93=CRrri(' W 5 102 7 3 3=4 24 2'4 24 3' Goldstein R. Bauer 4 3* 3 9 5 4.3 

T4I6.S FltED P.ENT w 3 91 6 4 4' ;!i* 3=4 4'> 4'i F H’l.rand E Dealy 19 16 7‘ l:! 511-19 

7I31!» F.ANT.A.STIC WB 4 97 3 3 3'1 6= 6= 6= 3'i Ituxton SanfordA-EpiB'r’y 6 16 16 34 7.3 

74311 I'UE.ATION w 3 85 5 2 22 4= 3i> 5' 6= I’liton T H Williams 36 7o 6n 2n 8 

74i2tS RALEIGH WB 3 86 2 6 7 7 7 7 7 ("lioneau 1 H Miller itn 3o 26 8 3 

Time. ‘j:!?. ISJ. l:i:iL 1 :23». 

W’inner - Itr. f. li.v Sain- (trand Sliot (trained liy W. AA’alker). 

AA'eid to post at :::IHI. .At (Mist 1 niinnte. ’ Start giMsl. Won driving; second and tlilrd tlie same. 
Centre Sluit was forced out at tlie start, l,nl Hosed ii|i gruditally on tlie outside, lost ground on Hie turns, 
llien linall.v got np in Hie last stride of a sensational Hosing s|<rint. 'I'lie .Mist, from a Hying start, made 
Hie most of lier advantage and s*-t a Ireniendons pai-e. Imt siieenmiM-d in Hie last stride. Critic ran in 
nearest pursuit of Tlie .Mist to Hie last fifty yards and was a game third. Fred Bent lan in iiroiiiiiieiit 
and. persistent eonteiitioii Hirmiglioiit and Is ini|iroviiig. Fantastic was ebise ii|i all Hie wa.v and made a 
resoliite tinisli. Creation also was a forward and game contender from start to linisli and Is greatly ini- 
piovcsl. Ualuigli was always ont|iaeed. but tinislied well. , 

OverwHglits - T'red Bent, 1 |ionnd; KaiHgli. 1. 

7 FIFTH BACE—l Mile. HKH04— 1 ;.tS.! — I— !t3.) Pnrs«> $4(8>. ;t-year olds. Selling, 

f Net val ue to winner_$.‘!2m 



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Time. 2.5. 


493. 


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Winner — Cli. e. liy ! 


Milesio — Pandora, 


. liy Spend Hiritt 


(trained li.v 


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Went to iMist at .’!:23. .At iBist 2 minutes. Start goisi. AA'on driving: second and tliird flic same. 
S.tint .Mmbin. from a striding start, got into nearest imrsnit of tlie paeemakt'r and wiwe lier down in Hus 
liiial strides of a long strpteli drive. .May Sutton made all Hie rnnning. lint siieeniiilH-d liiially in a game 
liiiisli. Follie L. was Inckil.v and forwardlv idaced Hironglnmt, Imt tired tinall.v. St. Ki'da. awa.v iMsirl.v. 
elo.sid a big ga|i. .Artlinr Hyman, awa.x liadly and iin‘ssed aliout reiieatedly. tinisbed imlling ii|i under a 
v« ry liad ride. .Am.ida tinislied well. No Fatlier was simtiled to Hie rear early. Tlie winner was entered 
for .8(MKI; no bid. 

Hverweiglils — .Amada, 4 iMUinds; No F'aHier. 2; A'ronsky. 1: .Aromatize, i. 



3.. 1.32. .0700 

3.. 1.>*..XO!tO 
3. .143. . X0!t<» 
It. .l.‘iO. . X683 
7. .1.30. . XOSt* 
»i. .140. . X073 

7. .1.30 070 

7. .140 079 



DI4..X723 
B»4. . X720 



7 A SIXTH BACK 1 Mile and 70 Yards. (tSkCitt — 1 ;40— .3— BHt. ) Piirs«> $.399. .’! .vear-olds 

f A and upward. .Allowaiiees. Net value to winner $409. 

Ind Horses AWt Pl’.S^U_=/6_%_Sti^FIii Jm-keys Owners _ () II C P S 

71.391 OCE.AX SHORE W 4 163 7 1 li 14 14 14 I'l Goldstein Elliott&Marron 6 7 3 8 3 3-5 

74342=DAUrM.A W 5 Hl2 1 S 4'> 34 3= 2'4 2'J Ituxtou R T Offutt -24 13-31.3-37 197 26 

74392 CADICIION wn a bW 3 3 2= 2=4 2' 3'1 ;tl> AA' Miller E Dealy 3 16-313 34 3 2-3 

(74542)A’OX IXHT'LI WS 4 I93 3 7 8 3'4 4= 4= 4= .Sandy T S Childs 8-.5 13-32J 9 199 29 

74.369 ELBA'.ATIOX s 5 lii5 4 2 3'4 4'4 52 :>•> 5* Stuart KeiiilworthSkFm 29 4t> 49 19 4 

74542 TIMOTHA' AA’EX wn 4 108 2 4 6l> 6h 6=4 6* 6'> Post L .Stock 29 39 39 19 4 

74191 P.A.S()DE1,I,A w 4 !>S 6 5 7h 8 8 7= 7"’ -A Harris L Coiuming 1(81 1.30 I.'iO to 1.3 

727’6 LIGHT COMEDA’ wii 4 163 8 6 5=4 7= 7i 8 8 Mentry L E Mmire Phi 266 296 .36 2<i 

Time, 2:1:3. 48ii. 1:1.3L 1::!'.*?. 1:4.3?. 

AA’inner — B. g, by Kismet — Helen (t. (trained liy J. H. Siiratl). 

AA'ent to |Mist at 3:.32. .At inist 1 niiimte. Start ginxl for all lint Darnina. AA'on driving: s«‘eond and 
Hiird tlu‘ same. iM-eaii Shore oittlirok-wHie oHiers and set tlie pace thronglimit, but tired finally and jnSt 
lasted tile jonrne.v. llarnma, almost left. Hosed an immense earl.v gaii in a twinkling, steadily over- 

liiiiiled tile leaders In the last half and Just failed to get ii|i in a fast linisli. Cadi<-bon liad no iiiisbaiis. 
ran in nearest imrsnit to tlie last sixte«‘ntli and tired as if still sliort. A’ox Po|mli. sliiitHed oiiiekly to Hie 
rear. elos«>d U|i leisurely on tlie extreme outside all tlie way and tinislied witli a twlated and weak stietHi 
clialienge. Elevation was unexiB'ctedl.v iironiinent fi»r seven furlongs. Timotliy Wen ran a <-om|iaraHvHy 
IKior race. 

Seratidieil — 74(25.5 Orllene, 102; (745!t:t)Tavora. 192; 74511 Bareinglon, 91; 74C>3.5 Adena, SO. 

Overweights -A’ox Popnli. 2 iKmnds; Eb‘vatir>n. 1. 



BALTIMORE FORM CHART. 
(PIAILICO.) 

WEATHER WET. 



THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1908. WEATHER WET. TRACK HEAVY, 

Foiirte«MiHi da.v. Maryliiml .Toekr.v Club. Spring .Meeting of 10 dav.s. (2<» Issiks on.) 

Presiding Judge, Frank J. Bryan. Starter, A. 11. Dade. Racing Se<'retary, Tliomus Smith. 

Racing starts at .3:00 p. m. ((.’hicago time 2:09 p. in.). W Indicates whlii, S spurs, B blinkers. Fig- 
ures in iiarentlieses following Hie distance of eacli race indicate index uumiH-r, track record, age of horse 
and weight carried. 



74663 

Ind Horses 
(74620) LUCILLE’r 
(74661 )S1G 
744.37=T.A BOO 
74.353 HAWKWIXG 
74:,62 DE MET RIOS 



FIRST RACE— 4 1-2 Furlongs. (021 17— .V»— 2—119. ) $199 added. 2 y*‘ar-olds. 

Allowa nces . Net value lo winner $: t.~>0. 

.AWtPPSt ',4 =/6 % Str Fin Jockeys Owners O HOPS 

. — WB 16'J 1 1 l’=4 1= 1'4 McCaJiey .1 C Goode 3 4 24 1-2 out 

w 112 14 2= 2= 2= Harty A Turney 7-3 S-.3 I out— 

wn 1125 2 2 4'i 3* 3= C Koerner .Aftongreen.Stable 24 3 3 3 3 out 

ws 169 3 3 5 44 4' R Powell .1 S Tyree 12 23 23 3 1 

W 112 5 ‘ ‘ 



7ir,62 DEMETRIOS W 112 5 3 3* .3 5 A lae J ir Bartlett 20 49 49 P) 3 

Time. 12*. 25. .TS?. 51. .5.8. 

AA’inner — Ch. f, by Sombrero — Oruziosa ((rained li.v AA'ihxIs Garth). 

AVent to post at 2:.5.5. .At ts>st .’! minntes. Start giMsl. AA’on ensil.v: second .and tlilrd driving. 

LliHlIe It., an extra gissl iniid runner, daslied to tlie front at tlie start niid. drawing awa.v from lier 

op|M>nen(s on (lie far turn, held tliem safe all Hie wa.v. Sig liroke slowl.v and was bundieapiied li.v (be 

going. Is-ing a big eolt and a long strider. Talssi, a slow Ix-giiiner and outrun earl.v. came fast in the 
.stretch run. 'I'lie others were oiitelassi*d. 

Siratelied -(74.57(!)Autiiiun .Maid. UD; (74(!95)Onr Maggie. 109; 74.57(t AVaseo, 107: 74477 Sir Cannon. 
107; 74.57(1 (’liristmas, 194. 

OverwHglits — Talssi. ;tj iMBinds. 



Hie liest time made liy Hie horse at the distance 
since January 1, lt*9C. 



74664 



SEC(»ND B.ACE -7-8 Mile. 

w ard. Maidens. _SeU^ing 

AAVtPPSt (4 % 



(744.55 - 1 :27 — I- -1 19. ) $499 added. 

Net_vabi^to wlnner_$:t55. 

Str Fin JiK-keys Owners 



745si = LADY G. SPANKER w 4 105 7 (1 11 1>* 11 1= 1= .1 AV M’hyll .A Beal 



74(i21=WILT’N LACKAYEwsn 4 IP) 6 9 6' 3h 3h 



72615 CANA’ -AS W 4 199 3 

74.329=XOBI>ESSE OBI.IGE w 6 193 8 

74626 .AtiCEDlTCT WB 6 IP) 1 

74626’HEI/EN .SHE.A. WB 4 109 10 

74626=HA1LCIjOUD ws 4 102 5 16 16 84 8' 8' 7' A I>ee J Cheney 8 16 8 3 8-.1 

74621 S.ANDA' FI>.,ASH w 4 162 4 4 8'5 41 7'1 71 8nk P'"brother O Connell 26 3<) 36 12 6 

74646 PRISONER WsB 4 1045 2 2 4'>k T** 19 9 9 Ooinos J C Nally "lO 30 5i) 20 16 

7465(* SIR MODEL w 5 104 9 8 91 16 9= Pull, up..! Conliii M AVaters 20 .30 15 C 3 

Time, 25*. ,52. 1:19?. 1:34?. 

AA’inner — B. f. b.v Orntlmcnt — Spanker, liy St. Serf (trained liy N. K. Beal). 

Went to post at ’:1:1S. .At post 2 mtnntes. Start goo<l. AA’on easily; second and third ilrlvlng. Ladv 
<;av S|»nker liroke from the outside and cut across In front on the turn Into the hackstretch. carrieil 
Helen Sliea abaig at a pace that made her quit after going a half mile and then drew away into a big 
lead. AA'iltiMi Laekaye, crowded b.ack In the scramble which came after the start, sitpiied through on the 
inside In the run down the liacksfrctcb. hut could never get to the leaders and would pndiahly have won 
with a good start. Canvas closed a big gap after m«“etlng with earlv interference. Noldesse Oblige fin- 
ished fast. Helen Shea sl*owed siieed. Sandy Flash move*! up lai the mitside on the liarkstretch. hut 
Hied III the last quartey. *Sir Mcslel, a sbiw breaker, was pulleil up on the turn out of the hackstretch. 
The winner was eiitere*! for ^’Xk); no bid. 

Scratched— 74060 High Jumper, 107. 

Oyerweighta — PrlBooer, 2? poonda; Sir Model, 2. 



2* McCahey 



76 51* 4’ 3'1 31 T Burns 



T P'' Coles 
Chel.sea Stable 



21 9'1 61 
3' 6' 5= 



WB 6 IP) 1 1 3' 6' 5: 

WB 4 106 10 7 3' 2' 2 

WS 4 102 5 16 16 85 8 

w 4 102 4 4 8'5 41 7 

WSB 4 104A 2 2 4'>= "li 19 

W 5 104 9 8 91 19 9: 



4'1 .1 A McF’nH R Dulany 
5* .1 R McF’nC AVatson 



4 year-olds and iip- 

“o~H~l’~P S ' 

6 10 8 21 7-3 
7-3 3-2 9-19<mt— 

7 19 8 3 S3 



3' 2' 2'1 60 61 T Koerner R H I,ee 



10 13 12 4 2 

7 15 15 6 3 

8 16 8 3 8-5 

26 30 36 12 6 

TiO 30 rO 20 16 

20 .30 15 C 3 








V 



V 



PRIDAY, MAY 8. 1908. 



74665 " 

Ind Horsos 

74602»il\ r)y“isAnELr 



. DAILY RACING? FORM. 

idded. 3-year-ohls and upward. t'lJ'' 



THinn K.\CF— 1 Mile. 1 ;401— 3— 97.) $4o0 ad<led. 3-year-olds and upward. 

Sel ling. Not val ue to w inner $:t9 0. 

AWtl’I’St *4 '/2 % Str Fin Jo<*kpy8 Owners O II C I* S 

3L. WK 3~33‘“:>~2~4'r4*~li~l'ri’~F'’l'»‘f>tlM r S Ross S 20 15~4~9-5' 

1 ws 5 ill fi 3 3* 3^ oh 2*i 2‘J .1 W M’hyJ Hurttsohell 2 3 13-r>4-.'> out 

------ 3a 5 11-51-2 out 

0-5 7-5 0-5 2-5 out 



(74047K-XXTK .SlUtK ws 5 111 0 3 3» :0 3>> 2‘i 2>J .1 W i 

i4«25»L,ITTI>E I.IGUTBR wn 4 114 4 5 o' 6* 5* 4» 3« Harty 



<74.'WO)MONTBEHT 

72586 EAUIjY HOl’RS Ws 5 104 5 0 0 0 0 6 5>> .las Hobk M I'opperthwaite S' 50 40 15 5 

74624’ W1 Rial AM I'ENN w 3 Syj 1 4 l»k ink 41 5* 6 J HerRin J Farrell .Tr S' 50 40 10 3 

Time. 24i!, .M. 1:1S1|. l:-»0j(. 

Winner — <’h. f, l»y Holstein — rtilitas < trained liy W<sals (iarth). 

Went to post at :{J2. .Vt iH»st 1 minute. Start bo<hI. W<hi easily: sts-ond and tlilid drlvlmr. I<ady 
Isal>el wore tlie leaders down <ki the fai turn, where she worked her way ui> <si the outside, then drew 
away in the str«*teh run ami won eased up. Cock Sure was sharply cut off «m the torn <ait of the haek- 
streteh and ran well, hut tired in the tinal drive. Little l.lKhter Iwoke slowly an«l was outrun for the tirst 
six furhsiKs. hut elo.sed a hijt t;aj> in tlie last (piarter. .Mimtls'rt was mueh us«m 1 in k«‘epiiiB pace with 
William I’eim for the tirst live furhaiBs and quit in the last quarter. Wllliaui I’eun showed sihhsI. hut 
failed to stay. Tlie winner was eiiteriMl for $S00: uo hid. 

Serat«-he<l — 74*i(Hi-Miss .Mazzoni, .SO; 74<!02 Etlltli (lien. S4. 

OvevwelBlits — laid.v Isatiel, 1 pound: .M ontla-rt. 1; William 1‘emi. 31. 

^ Afififk I’OUKTII KAt'K -About 2 Miles. Stee|deehas<». (74431 — 1:20— 1>— 1.5.5.) *500 added. 

4 aj 4-year-ohis and upward, .\llowaiiees. Net value to winner *415. 



G E Galvin 



W 3 87 3 1 2’ 2' 2' 3nh 4» K Rollins W X .\drians 



Ind Horses AWtTPSt 3 6 9 1: 

74431 .MKEN ws 4142~5 5 C 6 4' 3 

(74113>TorcHWO<'>U w 4 137 3 2 1* 1’ 1’ 1 

«7.3886'M<M)Nt;OI.O W 4 137 112' 2'J 2' 2 

74604=YA.MA GHRISTY ws 7 1.53 2 4 5' 5' 6 4 

74.505’FL5'. VIRGIX'l.kX' Ws 9 1.55 6 « 4' 4J 5® 

70943’AM.\X'I)A 11. W 0 114 4 3 3' 3i 3' 6 



9 12 Str Fin Jocke ys Own ers 

4' 3‘" 2’i 1’ Mr D KerrW T Townes 
2 1' 1’ 1’ 1' H 2' SavHKe 1) Dunlop 

2* -jt sio 3# K Holder Mrs W Webb 

fi 4^ 410 4ii Granfnd W G Hayes 

5‘ ii’ 5 5 Saffel C 11 Hurkatup 

3’ 6 G G Kcllehcr Oak View Slal 



O H C P 

”g S 3i 7-. 
8-5 2J 11-51 



74667 



74.V.7’RARY 5V1M.1E ws 5 110 8 2 Ih 1’ 1’ I'i Harty Mr.st J.I EPBelking 8 12 S 3 1 

74.555 FIRERRAND wii 5 112 1 G 4' 3'i 2'1 2J .Met'aU' .1 Farrell .Ir la 20 20 7 3 

Vl.a.SOT'OON'EY K. wn 4 112 5 S 7' G' 3J 3= .1 W M’hy.I Rurttschell 7-104-5 3-5 out — 

74.578 PROWLER w 3 102 7 9 8’ 8' 5= 4»8 T Steele Mrs M L Rrittonlj 2.5 25 8 4 

72874 RLAi’K RFRN wn 4 112 3 1 5’ 41 4i 5i C KiH-rner Mis.lMeLauKhlin 8 15 12 4 8-5 

72037 MARI POS.V wn 1 110 4 7 9' 9= 7’ G’ .1 .^r4ialhr .1 Cheney 25 GO fs» 20 8 

71G02 ORNWMEN’TATION w sn 3 PHt 11 5 3>i8 r.' GJ 7’ E Rollins E M Mitchell 15 15 10 3 K-5 

74fli»25L.\RIKI.N' ws 3 H8l 9 4 r.' 7* S' S’ Rrannoii T Clyile 4 G G 8-5 1-2 

7188;! MAlt.STON’ w 3 105 2 1. loj 10* ]0h 9' .1 .1 Wal.sliF .'4 R Rrown lOO 100 pa* 40 20 

74G02 MAH) OF CARROLLwo 3 loo 10 3 2’ Jh 9*10= Fbrother E rtterl.ack 20 »• :!0 8 4 

74481 TONEY LASS w 3 100 G lo 11 11 11 11 O’riiiKton II R Dulany I'jO lOO GO 13 5 

Time. 24?,. '>01. 1;1'.'». 

Winner — Hr. in. hy .Molia — I'lon'iin Grained l>y G. .1. KoBelkimi). 

Went to is>st at 4;;w>. .\t isisl .3 mimiles. Start k<hh1. Wi«i easily; second and tldrd ilriviiijr. P.aliy 

Willie, off forwardly and favored liy the noiiiB. drew away after raeinjr wltli .Maid of Carroll until «ai Hie 
turn out of tile liackstreteli and was eased nii at tlie tliiisli. KIreliraiid worked his way np on Hie inside 
on tile tiaekstreti-li and on Hie far turn, hut tired in Hie streteli run and was driving hard at tlie end to 
stall off Cisoiey K.. Tlie latler to-oke slowly and was iulerfered witli at Hie start, lint closed a hij: Bap 
and Was BtiiiiiiiB on Hie leaders at the end. Prowler closed a liiB UtUi. Larikiii liroke well, lint quickly 
lell liaek. Rlai-k Riirii and t'riianientatiou sliowed Sliced, lint quit in Hie last quarter. 

Seratelied— Sparkler, lo2. 



74.V.7’RARY 5V1L1.1E ws 5 110 8 2 

74.555 p'lRERRAND w li 5 112 1 G 

74.5.SO=< MONEY K. w 11 4 112 5 S 

74.578 PROWLER W 3 102 7 9 

72874 RLACK RCRN wn 4 112 3 1 

72037 MARI POS.V wn 1 110 4 7 

71G02 ORNAMENTATION w sn 3 Phi It 5 

740025LARIKI.N ws 3 PHI 9 4 

7188;! MAlt.STON W 3 105 2 1. 

74G02 MAH) OF CARROLLwn 3 PHI 10 3 

74481 TONEY LASS W 3 1(H) G lo 



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1® 


MeCahey 


T F Cole.s 7-5 


rS’itIO GRA.NDE 


VV 4 112 


3 


n 


3' 


l»h 


«»5 »>8 


-- 


C Koerner D K Kerr .8 


17 HOI.SCHER 


WB ;5 «2 


0 


r» it 


5 


r> 


a 


3® 


3’ Burns 


VV Shield.s 7-5 


17 I>OUD It.VDGE 


WB 9 109 


1 


2 4" 


4’ 


4" 


4® 4 = 


48 


Harty 


Seminole Stable 8 


.’5 LISTERINE 


ws 3 90 


4 


4 2' 


ol 


3' 


3' 3' 


a 


Brannon 


A Ij l>:hman G i 



74669 



SKVKNTH UACi;— 3-4 Mile, H!.S.51S— 1 :i:U— 5 -120.) $4<K) added, 
ward. Selling. Net value to winner *:!00. 



o-year-olds and np 



Ind Horses 




A VVt PI 


St 


% '.4 




Str 


Fin 


•liH-keys (Iwiiers 


O 


II 


C 


P 


~s 


7t:{r..5’TlLLlNGHAST 


\v 


3 


102 


10 


2 


1= 


1’ 


1® 


1- 


F’brother R S Davidson 


40 




40 


15 


G 


7 ^.•.o.■;=( ’LELL T 1 R.N E Y 


A\ 


3 


107 


7 


G 


4 = 


4= 


4’ 


2' 


Harty .V Turney 


i o 


2* 


2A 


1 


1-2 


74l!iG TIM (I’TdIlLE 


W 


4 


112 


3 




O' 


Ol J 




3® 


(' Ko.Tiier Mrs 1, .S Pangle 


\\ 




11- 


51-5 


2-5 


74.5SO’ BELLE OF THE B 


AYw 


1 


110 


O 


7 


7'.V 


G?. 


7’ 


|8 


A Lee ,I F Bartlett 


s 


10 


10 


4 


a 


7l.577’('ARTVVHEEL 


W Sit 


;; 


10|J 


S 


10 




a® 


r»2 


i*X 


T Burns Cliel.sea Stalde 


10 


20 


2t> 


S 


4 


71607 .I.VVGTTE 






1(M> 


1 


1 


10' 


11* 


S' 


G> 


T Koerner VV I'"' Matliew.s 


7 


12 


12 


5 


a 


7H07 ( k'TOK’ 


WB 


3 


102 


11 


,S 


•»» 


3' 


3.'. 


7' 


Mel’ahey VV' D .VlHuiu.so 


12 


VM 


::o 


12 


G 


744:5.5 LAURA A. 


W 


4 


110 


4 


9 


9'J 


7* 


Hill 




McCabe G C’onnell 


15 


:>» 


2a 


s 


4 


74C.I8'. (’AM, BOY 


VVSB 3 


105 




11 


11 


II 


11 


it' 


J I’.ergen G VV Mingdon 


15 


20 


2*t 


8 


4 


74.5.',G=().NT.\RI() 


w 


r> 


112 




4 




s* 






.1 VV M'hvM Stevenson 


5 


7 




1 


1-2 


74G2UPAT BUUIER 


WB 


7 


115 


i> 


a 


S>i 


10= 


10-’ 


n 


.1 .1 VVai.sliF M .Vrlhur 


7 


12 


12 


5 


2 



Time. 21). .-siJ. 1;1s 

5Vimier--r.. B. I'.v Fatherless — Kosidia Oraiiied liy II. Rites). 

Went to jiost at .5:2.4. .Vt post !) iiiiiintes. Start |SMir. Won eaiiteriiijr: second and third easll.v. 
TilliiiBliast rushed to the front at Hie start. drawiiiB away into a eommaiidiiiB lead, iuereasi'd 
his advaiitaBe on the far turn and was eased np at Hie end. 4’lell Turney tioiinilered in Hie (;oinf;. 
still wore Tim O TihiIc down in the streleh. Ini t eoiild never Bet to Hie w inner. Tim O'TimiIc, 
off forwardly, was liard ridden most of Hie trip in an effort to b''I to the leaders and tired under 
piinislinieiit at Hie end. Ontario broke throiiBli the harrier wlieii he reached the |«>st and ran away 
a mile. The winner was entered for *7<Hi; no hid. 

.Si'raletied l7P9:.5)Lady Isaliel. lOO. 

overweiBhts -t’lell Tnriie.v. .5 |H>mids; t'arlwlieel. 21. 

NEW YORK FORM CHART. 

(.lAMAK'A.) 

THURSDAY. MAY 7, 1908. WEATHER WE^l TRACK MUDDY. 

IOIbIiHi da.v. MetroiHililaii .bs'key fliih. SpriiiB MeetltiB of 12 days. (2.".4 isioks on.) 

PresidiiiB .IndB**. Clarenee MeDowel'.. .Starter. Mars C.'*ssid.v. UaeiiiB Seeretar.v. W. F.dwards. 

|{aeiiiB starts al 2::3) 11. m. H'IiIchbo time 1 ::i0 i>. m.). W indicates wliiii. S spurs. 11 lilinkers. IMb 
nres in pareiiHies«*s lollowinB Hie distance of each race indicate index iiumiK'r. track record, age of liorso 
and weiBlit carried. 



74657 * 



ITUST KACi: -5 1-2 Furlongs. (.512.'« 1 ;(h; 1 — J— 12il.) *700 added. .3 year-olds. 



Ind Horses .\WtPPSt *i •I 4 Sfr Fin Jia-keys OwmTS O H <’ P S 

(74.5981 K I. NG~(VII!ALT w n'llG 1-~1 ’~1’~] '"'l '“MeC’ thyil' leiBlil •a7kS‘bh~ 11 1-4'2 9 out—” 

(71.571 IM.V .SGI' ICR.V I >E w pi| 1 2 21 2* 2* 2'i Garner .1 .V WeriiberB 4 5 4 1-5 out 

74571 HARTl’GRU ROY w PHi 2 1 3* 3 3 s'w Rums W .C Daly 3<) 100 W 3 out 

» Time. 12. 21. :!i:L 4!). 1:01>\ I ;O0. 

V\ inner — Rr. e. hy Cesarioii — Estelle Wliitiie.v Grained li.v .1. E. Nash). 

Went to iMist at 2:'20. At |M»st 1 niiiiiite. Start B'hhI. Won easily; s(*eoiid Hie same. It was oiib' 
an exereis<. Ballop for KIiib I'ohalt. wliieh went to Hio friait !n Hie tirst fiirloiiB and was under restraint 
all Hie way. .Masquerade iiad no niisiia|is and was doiiiB lier liest at Hie end to save second tilaee. Hart* 
forii Itoy was <>iitelas.sed, lint ran well for liim. 

Seratehed— 74.5!)S=Ih>rry .Maid. Ill; (7PiiqiHiB Clilef. IIO: 7i:'-so Gowan. lol. 



rr^OpTO SECOND RACE- -5-8 Mile. ( 74.572— 1 :(8)— 2—109. ) *7(8) added. 2-.vear-olds. SadliiiB. 

t N(‘t v alue to w Iiiimt .**‘..50. _ 

I n d Horses ~ .V~5Vt PP.sr';~ % Str Fin ifoekeys Ow ne rs I I (? P S 

TtGlI’HAVRE WB PI2 1 1 3t> 3h 2h 1’ Garner 11 T Griffin 2J 4 4 7^ .3-5 

74Gl(’FORCE Wins S 3 l-l H I'i 2* C H Shil’gS C Hildreth 3 5 5 2 4-5 

74G14 .MI.SS HIGHL.VND WB 99 2 2 4* 4'1 3= 3« E Dusan R .Schreiber 4 4i 3 1 3-5 

743 27 RER.SONAI. w PH5 « B G« G"' 4i 4= D .Mcsrihy.l Mel.auKhlin 3 3 13-51 1-2 

74.570 VON L.VER wn'105 3 3 5-’ f.ij t;i» ,5« Rrussel GrosveiiorF'inSta 10 15 1.5 5 2i 

7459*; EC.ST.VCtA.N WB 99 5 4 I’d 2i 5’ G"> Sumter J H -MeComiiek 8 8 7 2*. G-5 

74127 HIGH HAT w 91 7 7 7 7 7 7 Francis R & O Stable 15 20 2f) 7 3 

ORATION vv 99 4 L‘-ft at the post. W Rums J H I’owers 3<) 50 50 lo 7 

Time. 121. 3.5. .Gii. I!)». 1:02. 

Winner — Itr. e. hy Hawkswiek — Tut Tut Grained h.v H. T. (Jriffin). 

M’eiit to iHist at 2:.51. .Vi imst .’> minutes. Start had. W<ai easily; s<‘i-ond and third driviiiB. 

Havre. iK'ver far from the pacemakers, eaiiie away witli a rush In the last fiirlonc and w<ai easimr up. 
I'on e ran a ci.hm) raia*. hiit Hr«‘il in tin* C'diiB riclit at Hie *iid. Miss IIi;:h!aiid. ini Hie outside throuBlnnit. 
sliowed s|M‘ed. luit linsl liadly in the Jiinil ilrive. Personal, off liadly. eIos(*d iqi Broiiml. Init never Hireiit- 
ened tlie leaders and can do iH-tter. Eiistaeiaii, next to Hie rail throiiBlioiit, show(»d (Utrly s|N-ed. hut was 
quilliiiB at Hie tinisli. lliBh Hat liad no eliaiie** at the start. The winner wa.s entered for *500; no hid. 

Serateln-d — Home Rim. 105: 74.37(> Fore, 97. 

OverweiBlits — Von Laer. 1 pound. 



ln«l Horses 

TtGlEHAVRE 

74G1 (’FORCE 

74G14 .MLSS HIGHL.VND 

74.327 PER.SONAI. 

74.570 VON LAER 
745;)*; EC.ST.VCtA.N 
74127 HIGH HAT 
ORATION 



WB PI2 1 1 

w Pi5 S .3 
WB 99 2 2 
w piG G K 
w I! 105 3 3 
WB :i9 5 4 
w 91 7 7 
VV 99 4 L' 



GrosveiiorF'inSta 10 15 1.5 5 

J H McCormick 8 8 7 2.'. 

R & O Stalde 15 20 20 7 

J H I’owers 3<) 50 50 lo 



£3 Pk Ck third U.VCE — 1 1-16 Miles. (4.54.57 — l:45i( — 1 — Kk5.) *7(8) added. 3-year-olds and I 

4 u pward. SelliiiB. Net vnliie to w inne r *Ch50; | 

Ind Horses AWtl’PSt *4 % % Str Fin Jm-keys Owners O H C P S 

(74599 iZprrHCS w n4 1K) 3 2 3i 1* l’~l’~l«“FrDuBan R~R'auer 2i~3 .3 1 1-2 

74G1.5’DRCH) w G 104 6 4 4’ 2' 2’ 2'J 1) McC’thy.1 A Wernberg G 8 7 2J 6-5 

74.599’CHANTir.L5* wit 5 KO 2 7 7 Ch 51 31 .3’ S Flynn F D 5Veir G 8 7 21 6-5 

74G18'SAM’L II. lIAItRIS w G 1o5 1 1 a'J 6’ 4’ 4’ Rru.ssel I’ H Sullivan 3J 4* 4 7-5 7-10 

74600 I )’ -VI! RLE . WB G 102 5 G G* 7 7 6’ 5* Garner .1 J Moran 20 25 25 7 3 

74.599 (WMR.VL- w 3 85 4 5 IJ 4’ 4h 58 G"> .Tense n W Gerst 15 lo 12 4 2 

74599’CHIEF HAYES wn 5 97 7 3 2'1 21 3'J 7 7 Yorko L Mulligan 16-54 13-51 3-5 

Time. 12J. 2.5. 37.4. .5(»5. 1:17*. 1:4.5, 1:51?. 

Winner — R. e. by Previous — Carineneita (trained by It. Bauer). 

Went to iiost at 3:11. .\t |«>st 2 numites. Start isioi'. Won easily; siu*oml ami third the same. 

ZethiiK found the Bohig just to his likiiiB and. BoiiiB into the hold on the far turn, was never afterwards 
in tronhh'. Druid, also favored liy the sloppy BoiiiB. Iiiing <ni well after chasInB the early |ia(‘emakers. 
ciiaiitlll.v. off very liadly. was forced to race around on Hie outside and closed a big gap. lait tir(*d liadl.v 
in the tinal drive. SaniiKd H. Harris liiiished well, lull can do iM-tter. C.vmbal and Chief Hayes, after 
sliowing early simed. unit very hadjv. The winner was ent(>red for *1.21NI; no hid. 

Seratehed— 744-51 = Master of Craft, 1(85; 74.V).5 Golf Ball, 102; 74.524 Rohador. 105. 



AW't 


I’l’St '/* 


% 


■■54 Str Fin Jockeys 


Owners 


0 


H 


C 


P 


wn 4 110 


3 


2 


3i 


1' 


1’ 1® 


1® E Dugan 


R Bauer 


21 


3 


3 


1 


w G 104 


G 


4 


4’ 


3J 


2 * 


2'J 1) McC’thy.I A VV'ernlierg 


G 


8 


7 


2J 


WB 5 Iff) 


2 


V 


7 


Ch 


51 31 


3’ S Flynn 


F D Weir 


G 


S 


7 


®)1 


VV G 1o5 


1 


1 


a* 


a'i 


J 6’ 4® 


4= Brussel 


I’ H Sullivan 


:5J 


4.', 


4 


<-a 


WB G 102 


5 


G 


G* 


7 


7 6® 


5* Garner 


.1 J Moran 


20 


25 


2a 


7 


w 3 85 


4 


a 


li 


4® 


4h 5I1 


G'" .Tensen 


VV Gerst 


15 


15 


12 


4 


WB 5 97 


7 


3 


2*?. 


21 


VI 7 


7 Yorko 


L Mulligan 


16- 


54 


13-51 



Ind Horses 
74547^MERKELEY 
(74r4S»TILEING 
74402=TROUBLB.SOME 



FIFTH RACE— 1 1-16 Miles. (45457-1:451-^—105.) *800 adiled. 3 year-olds and 

u pwar d. Hamlieap. N et va l ue t o wi nner *660. 

AWt PPS t 'A 44 % Str Fi n J ockey s Own ers O H (3 P S~* 

w 4 105 1 1 1* 18 13 1= 1’ Garner BeverwyckStable 2 13-512-51-2 out 

WB 4 113 3 3 2J 2* 2'J 2’ 2’ Sumter J H McCormick 1 6-611-101-3 out 

ME WB 3 97 4 4 .3>> 4 38 3= 3'® D M(KTthyJ L McGinnis 15 20 20 4 4-6 



174475)HAI.KET 
7449S l.NCOG.NITO 
7i575=F’RIEETTB 



O H C P 
’2 4 18-.53-5 out 

7-5 8-5i:t-I0out — 
7-5 8-5 7-5 out — 



74.505=F'L5'. VIRGINl.VNws 9 1.V5 G G 4* 4J 6’ .5® 5 5 Saffel C 11 Hurkamp G P) 8 2.J 1 

7(n)43’AM.VNDA 11. w 0 111 4 3 3* 3J 3' G G G Kcllehcr Oak View Stable G 8 5 9-5 4-5 

Time. 4:.!S. 

Winner. — Ch. g. b.v Fatherless — ^Ninone (trained liy W. T. Townes). 

M'eiit to iMist at 4:07. -Vt iiost 2 niimites. Start gissl. Won easily; soi-oiid and third driving. Alktui 
raced under restraint tiiroiiBli the tirst turn of the tleld, Hien inoviui iqi in Hie last lime amiipd aiul. eateli- 
Ing the l(*:iders tiring in (tie last (piarter. eamo to tin* outsidi* wlieii entering Hie liomestretch and drew 
away (>asilv on Hie Hat. ToilehwiHHl feiieiMl well and set Hie pace, tint tired after taking llie last fence. ' 
Mouiigold was imieh used in following 'J'ouchwiHMl and kept dropping hack at the end. Aniunda 11. was 
pulled up 111 the last turn of the Held. 

Scratched 744.31’ Essex II.. 1.5.3; 3(;210 Uightaway, 153; 74004 Nohlesse Oblige, 151. 

Overweights — .Viken, .'t |i<miids. 



FIFTH K.VCE — 3-4 Mile, (CsS.54K — l:l:il — .5 — 120.) *400 added. 3-year-olds and up- 

wal'd. .VI l< >w a ii i'es. N e t val li e to winner *:!i'8l. 

AWtPPSt i.i *4 •■*14 .Str FTii jockeys Owners O H C P S 



74521 PINS AND NEEDL’Swb 4 100 2 2 4 3J 4 4 4 E Dugan H L Lee G 6 3J 4-6 out 

Time. 12. 24*. :{7i. .50*. 1;1H*. 1:4.5*. 1:52. 

Winner — Ch. g. hy Dieudonne — Carness (trained tiy 1). WisNlford). 

Went to iH»st at 3:51. .Vt |M»st 1 minute. Start goml. Won easily; second and third driving. 
Berkeley raced Tllelng into defeat in going to the head of the stretch and was only cantering at he 
tinish. Tileing. favored hy the g(dng, had no mishaps, went np to Berkeley on tin- beml, Init tircsl 
ver.v liadl.v wlien called <m in the stretch. Trouhl (*souie easily laitfiMdiMl Pins and Nei^lea. The 
latter, away well, was slipping badly in the going and was never a contender. 

S<‘ratehed— 71074 Su|a>rman, 120; (74475)llalket, 110; 74475 W. H. Carey, 111; 74U1S Prince of Cas- 
tile, 95. 

Six-hl KACI:— 3-4 MUe. t.5S07!)— 1:12*— 3— 92.) *HOO added. 3 year-olds and up- 
i ^ wa rd. Handicap. Net value to winner *(815. 

*ii'l Ib*rses AWtPPSt 14 % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H C P S"~ 

(74475)HA'i.KET w 3 111 2 1 2’ 2'J 2= lnk~ H'shirgW“(Gerst“I ^2 4 ^18~53-5~out 

7449S l.NCOG.NITO WII 3 97 1 2 1’ 1* 1' 2* E Dugan M X Healey 7-5 8-5Kl-P)out— 

74575=F’RIEETTB wu 3 105 3 3 3 3 3 3 Garner J A Wernberg 7-5 8-5 7-5 out— 

Time. 13. 25*. :{7ii. 51*. 1:17*. 

VVinner— Rr. c. l>y Heno— Lena H. (trained b.v J. Bliite). 

Went to |N)st at 4:11. At |s>st 1 iniiiiit(>. Start gmal. Won driving: second Hie same. Halket ran 
mider reservi* lo Hie str(*teh. tlien eaiiglit Incognito tiring riglit at Hie end ami won drawing out. Incog- 
nito apiH‘ar(>d to like the going and sliowed mueh the moat s|N‘ed to Hie stretch, hut when challenged by 
Halket tireil liadly. Frizette was outrun all tlie wav and can do Iwtter. 

Sera telied— 71074 Sii|N‘rman, 12C.; 744.50 Golden Pearl. 104 : 74C8'8) Fleiuiug. 109; 74571’Black Oak. 103: 
74li.x ’Hartford Hoy. tH); 74.520 Maziima, 102; 74043 Senator Clay, !)0. 

Overweights — Ineognito. .5 iMiniids. 

LOUISVILLE FORM CHART. 

(CHURCHILL DO W NS. ) 

THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1908. WEATHER WET. TRACK MUDDY. 

Third da.v. New Louisville Joeke.v Clnh. Spring Meeting of 23 days. 

Presiding Jud ge. C. F. Price. Starter. J. J. lloltman. S<>eretarv. Lyman 11. Davis. 

Racing starts at 2::i0 p. m. W indicates whip, S spins, R hlinkers. Figures in iiarentln'ses following 
the distance of each race indicate index numlier, track ri*eord, age of hoi-se and weight carried. 

RACE— 1-2 Mile. (24012-47J— 2— 110.) Purse *1(8). 2-.veMr-olds. Maidens. 
i J- vJ i C(dts and Geldings. Special Weights. Net value to winner *3(8). 



74.5G2=RE.N HOWE 
74387 SNAP 

74.->:8>'*.\'ED CARMACK 
74.-)G2’SILVERAIH) 

7^:^7 3'. F. HENRY 
74G31 DR. .VR.M.STRONG 
TL'.SC-VN GOLD 



AWtPPSt 

W 11.5 5 3 
WB 115 1 2 
w 115 4 5 
WB 112 G 7 
w 115 3 4 
w 112 7 G 
w 112 2 1 



% Str Fin Jockeys 



Mu.T’k’tsSoId. Auct’n 



1* I'J I'J Pickens 
2'J 2= 2= T Tayl 
31 3’ 3’ F Burti 



Pickens D T Morris 115 

T Taylor R Tucker 58 

F Burton VV A Hughes 42 
Warren S Forsythe 44 
E Harris M C Moore 4 
V Powers -1 C Cahn 20 

J Lee Ij -V Celia 35 



.str. PI. Sh. 
Yi5 109 190 
58 GG 7G 
42 33 65 



SIXTH RACE— 1 1-8 Miles. (.V)4(;.S— 1 :.541— 3— 111.) *500 added, .'{-year-olds and up- 
ward. Selling. Net value to winner *1.50. 



9-5 9-5 1-2 out 
8 7 9-5 1-2 
S-5 1 out — 



Time. 2.5. 51. 1:1.S. 1 ;((■.;, 2:01. 

Winner -Rr. e. Ii.v .Vlix-rt — Zetel ie Grained liy T. F. ('o)i s). 

M'ent to jMist at 5;(I7. .Vt isist 5 miiiiit(*s. Start gisMl. Won easil.v; second and third driving. Clem- 
ents dashed into a long lead in going to the first turn, Hieii was rated almiB until straigliteiied out in Hie 
lioniesireleh, wlien* he drew awa.v again and was onl.v eanleriug at Hie tinish. Rio Gr.'iide was well nii 
uU tile way. lint was iimilde to iiniirove ids iMisilion in Hie stretch. Holselier. as iisiial. was oiitrmi earlv. 
I'lit closed a Idg gap In Hie last <|uarter and linislnal witli a nisli. The winner was entered for *."»(8»: lio 
bid. 

Seratelied 7(‘!M Cnrsus, lP!t; (74i;21)l’r‘K'llvity, !)5; 74025 Orfano, !)2; 74.5;il I'eter Knight, 109; 

74.501 .bimesine, 95. 

( iverwelghls — Rio Grande. ixnuids. 



M ........ . 318 328 .598 *140 

Miitni'ls paid Ren Howe. *13.10 straight, *.H.10 place. *7.00 show; Snap. *10.10 place. *10.10 show; 
Ned ( armaek. *11.00 show. 

♦.Viietiiai ti(‘ld. Time. 2.5* .51 s. 

Winner Rr. c, liy Kinley .Mack- Merry Order Grained h’v D. T. Morris). 

VVeni to Post at 2:;g{. At |a.st 1 minute. Start |MH.r. Won liandily: s(>eond and third easily. Reu 
tiKik khidly to Hie going and. sliowing Hie most siMaal. went into a long lead from Hie start, always 
liel.i Snail safe and won with s|ieed in reserve. Snap ran a gisal race and followed Ren Howe elos(‘ly fis- 
Hie lirst Hiree Inrlongs, hut was forced to a liard drive in tin’ last sixteeiiHi to save s(>eond place. Ned 
( armaek was going last at Hie end. Silverado elo.<ed a gap in Hie last quarter. Dr. .Vrmstrong had uu 
iiiisliaps. liisean (odd, away fast, dis liked the going and was lieateii off, Imt will show improvement. 

^ ~\ is^^COND RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. (24.57!) — l:(8H — 4 — 111.) Purse *.5(8). 3-year-olds ami 

• -A- yy i .A. upward. Selling. Net value to winner *4(8). 



AW'tPPSt % % Str Fin 



(74G27)GOLDRROOF 
73418 AI’.VCIIE . 

7 l.■|.■.9=TODD V 111 )DGE 
73941 .MI. NOT 
7ir..8(:=AUDIS 
74.5'il»M.VUTl.NG 
Cirj'JS RK'EL.V.M) 



WB 5 112 3 
WB 3 101 S 
W 4 108 4 
W B 4 l<q 7 
w 3 9.71 7 
W B 4 107 1 
w 3 97 G 



RO.SSMORE WB 3 S9J 2 



1’ 1® V Powers C E Hamilton 2.7G 
2’ 2’ Skirvin J Fleming lx 
3* "i J Lee .1 K Ttnld ,7G 

.)« .jT-.: K Martin W Gerst 4G 

7 5’ .1 llutler .1 H Niclnda G 

Gti G’ F’ Burton 1’ Kirneli 9 

7’ 7 .1 Ferri.s .Stone & Igoe 2 

1 Up. A Morgan 11 Clark IG 



'k’tsSoId. 
_I’l._Sh._ 
~2G3 301 
4G 91 
i;m ISl 
g;; us 

iG :a 
1’ 4 55 

1* 5’ 

l!5 5S 



• - 4 1 

•r I. sUaight. *7.20 place, *0.30 show; Apache. *17.90 place, *9.30 bIiow; 

riMld.v Hislge, *1.20 slinw. 

*.Viielion field. Time. 21*. .V)). 1 ;0.{*. 1:10. 

VV Inner Cli. g. hy Gold Spinner— GlImiiK'r (Hass (trained liy J. W. Hall). 

I*" •’\***- IMist .5 mimit(‘s. Start gcxNl. Won easily; seeiNid and tliird driving. Gold- 

l»!ont oniriass<Ml tlM* others in tin* uoiiij; au<l spr<*a<lea;;l«‘(J liis oppom^nts after a ipiarter. Apa<‘lie 

lan a rare and was always in pursuit. T«^ldy lliMlue ilropia'd far iiaek in tlie early ninnlnir 

and Pad \'uie on the streteh turn, hut finished gamely and outstayed Minot for thirl plaee. Mimd. 

sh«»wiii;c s|H*«*d in the early running, was a pronilnent eontender for tivi^ furlongs. Shirley R(»ssnior<^ rail 
::vvay a iiiile and a half la^fore the start. The others were never prominent. The winner was eiitereil for 
>;N8I; no hid. 

.'Xeiiilelied— 74224 = Fr(mlemic, 109; 74.5.59 E. T. .Shipp. !)I. 

Dvei weights --.Vpache, 2 iNiiimls; Ardis, .'{4; Sliirley Kossinore, 24. 



74672 



THIRD RACE— 3-4 Mile, 
olds and uiiwriird. Se 



(Sept(‘iiilN‘r 24, 1.S.S;! — l;i;{- 



-121.) I’urse *50t». 



Ind Horses 




AWtPPSt 14 


% 


% Str Fin 


Jockeys 


_ Mu.T’k’t.sSidd. 

Owners str. p,. sh. 


Auct'n 

Sales. 


7IH29 ES'l'El.L.V C. 


WB 


3 


105J 


2 


U 


4' 


2' 


1' 1" 


V I’owers 


E R Brennan 


1.57 


129 


275 


~ *100 


71G29 BO.NEBRAKE 


W 


ti 


111 


;» 


N 


51 


4’ 


3' 21 


E Robins’nVV Steuve 


73 


♦>a 


1G2 


.">0 


7:>;:-.t BAIdHORT 


VV B G 


III 


s 


1 


1' 


1' 


ail *{it 


.1 l>e 


E Corrigan 


131 


S2 


1G7 


.54 


74::gi refined 


w 


4 


102 


7 


!» 


G.'. 


r.i 


4-1 4' 


lliifnagel 


VV .1 Donoliue 


34 


32 


S9 


;!() 


7;(9s!i=(;o\\’.\.\'u,.\ 


w 


3 


*Xt 


1 


2 


2' 


38 


r** 


.1 Butler 


W Gerst 


1 


4 


H 


:io 


7i.‘.ox FI. ORA RAY 


WSR 


3 


:c..t 


4 


10 


Sh 


71 


*i- 


1! VVoiMl 


VV Grater 


1 


3 


10 


•20 


7i.5:,!l IKE.NE .lACK.SON 


W 


3 




H 


3 


5H 


S' 


7' 7* 


Fogarty 


G W .1 Bissell 


ts 


lo 


23 


m 


7H.X7®HI’GHES 


W 


4 


109 


lo 


7 


101 


10' 


!>' S« 


Warren 


.\ L Kirl'V 


11 


IG 


42 




71291 B.\.N(’A 


WH 


3 


^♦2 


3 


4 


7h 


J*- 


lin X 


Hazzard 


T O' Hearn 


t 


t 


t 


* 


6s;iX!i ll.vrnE KODM.V.N 


W 


4 


112 


It 


3 


3>* 


G' 


S= 10' 


'Troxler 


W R MiHire 


t 


t 


t 


* 


TIG.D IDA .M.VY 


W 


3 


97 


a 


n 


11 


11 


11 11 


A Morgan 


11 Clark 


G5 


64 


HG 


3G 



481 :K>7 S95 $;i20 

— 11 $14. .54) straight. *K..')(i place. *(1.40 show: RiMiehrake. *11.90 place, *7.50 sliow: 

Y liallert. .*i.P» show. 

_J vMiitiial Held. ».Viietioii Held. Time. 25i;. 511. 1:17*. 

VV inner Ch. f. t>y _Solit.(ire II. — Piqiiante Grained hy F. I.iizader). 

VV eiii It. jMist at ;!:.5:!. ,Vt twist 2 mimiti's. Start giMwI. Won easil.v; seeiNid and Hiird driving. Estella 

( . niovisl lip steadily from a slow leginiiiiig and, wearing Rallwrt down in Hu> streteli. won as lier rider 

pleased. I.oiiel.raki* had to overeoim* iiilerfereiiee. closed a idg gap in the last quarter and oiitsta.ved Ral- 

M‘i'l 111 Hie elosmg strides. ItailsMt. sliowing improved form, was away fast and tiwik a long lead at once. 
u- hill tired in the last furlong. K(>Hii(*d was gaining at Hie end. Gowanga was iiromiiieiit for a lialf. Ida. 
xe .May ran a |ss>r_raee and was never a eoiiteiider. Tlie winner was entered fig *7181; no liiil. 

Seratelied -74412 Reatriee K.. 10!); 74.50S .Mai Couria. 95; 71027 .Vliss Cesarlon, 107; 721.".!) Tyrol 101* 

— (i2ii V aiisel. KNi. ' • 

Overweights — Estella ('.. 44 isainds; Flora Rav. .'!4; Irene .laekson. .'!; Banea. 2: Hattie Krwlman. .5. 

_ ^ EOUKTH U.VCE— 1-2 Mile. (24012— 47-; — 2 — 110.) Debutante Stakes. *1,(8)0 added, 

i -1- xJ I tj 2 year-olds. Killies. .Vllowances. Net value to winner *1,4.55. 



74IS|:!CRY.STAI, M.VID w ltd 2 1 

7to4;i KLIZ.VR'H H.VRVVOOD w IIS 1 3 

71628 .NEOGA W 117 1 2 

(74.702) MRS. SEVV.VLI, w 117 G 4 

r7l.57X)CH.VRL. H.VMILTON w 117 7 5 

74G281JULIET M. WB 110 3 6" 



-y* 


str Fin 


Jockeys 


Owners 


Mu.'Tk't.sSoId. 
Sir. PI. ,Sh. 


.Viirt’n 

Sales. 


2“ 


1 = 


1 = 


Heidel 


R K la.‘wis 


354 


204 


•105 


*100 


11 


2'» 


as 


I’ickens 


E Corrigan 


S2 


74 


i:rr 


48 


3). 


3^ 


3= 


V I’owers 


VV' .V. .Smith 


a*> 


48 


119 


*24 


ii- 


4’ 


4® 


F Burton 


VV' .V Hughe. 


s G3 


70 


121 


20 


48 


a* 


5® 


Troxler 


G VV' J Bi.ssell SI 


95 




2'1 




G 


G 


Jos Hogg 


J L Beeson 


13 


10 


.53 


« 












G49 


.'.(U 




*212 



*.S.1() show; Neoga, *S.!a) show.' 

.J.Vdih'd starter. •.Viietiop fieW. Time. 24.?. .50*. 

V\ inner— Rr. f, hy Pirate of Penzaiiet'— Silk Maid (trained liy VV. L. Ia>wis). 

Ii"'"* *'j*".!T',* "* l:’!**. At iHist 1 minute. Start gorsl. Won easil.v; second and Hiird driving. Crystal 
Maid, a g(HHl Hll.v and sliowing a liking for Hu* going, followed Elizaln'tli HarwiMsl close mi to the streteli 
turn, vvliere slie went into Hie lead and. finisliing fast, won as lier rider pleased. Elizalietli HarwiMsI. 
away fast, sliowed sii|KTior s|NM*d for three furkaigs. Init tired in Hie stretch run. N<s»ga ran well and 
had iHi mishaps^. .Mrs. Scwall was in a jam in tlie early running and was forced to go wide to secure a 
clear eojirse. tliarlotte Hamilton lacked s|>«e(l. Juliet M. ran tNs>rlv. 

.Seratehed— (7 14SD ,Vnn Metlee, 1L5. 

IIITH RACE — 1 Mile. (08(9.5 — 1 :•"{!** — 3 — 93.) Purse *500. 3-.vear-olds and upward, 
i -i- x-8 § Selling. Net value to winner *4(8). 



Ind H(H:ae3 
74.7G3=MARY ORR 



Selling. Net value to winiier *4(8). 

AWtPPSt *4 % % Str Fin Jockeys 



Owners 
.1 C Hume 



Mu.T’k’tsSoId. Auct’n 
Str. PI. Sh. Sales. 



(71.587) LADY VIE 


WB 


3 


95 


5 


7 


7® 


G’ 


G’ 


5' 


2'i 


E Griffin 


G 


1: Ott 


242 


151 


214 


500 


7149G .VGNE.S FORD 


WB 


3 


89 


2 


3 


1' 


I'i 


I'i 


3J 


3» 


E Martin 


W' 


Gerst 


9 


7 


23 


•50 


73912 LADY SOUFFLE 


W 


3 


89 


3 


2 


3' 


4'J 4' 


4i 


4’ 


Hufnagel 


H 


Clark 


5 


11 


24 




745G1=WHISK BR(X)M 


w 3 


92 


G 


5 


4'J 


2h 


3* 


3.J 


5® 


Franklin 


J 


1' Strode 


IGO 


138 


227 


110 


74G29 MEADA 


w 


G 109 


7 


6 


G= 


?)» 


5' 


G® 


6= 


I’ickens 


J 


S Hawkins 


27 


21 


G7 


90 


71G2.‘)’DIV'(IRCEE 


w 


3 


•OJ 4 


4 


58 


7h 


7« 


7® 


7'0 


Morgan 


I, 


A Celia 


97 


,59 


144 


1.50 


74G32 KATIE I’OWERS 


w 


7 


104 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 


Glasncr 


W 


P Reardon 


40 


32 


91 


^50 



I 611 -147 S69 $KiOO 

Miitiiols paidMary Orr, $93.00 straight. *20.90 place, *1.5.70 show; Lady Vie, *9.(8) place. *8.90 show; 
Agn(*s lord. *41. !8) show. 

•Auction ffehl. Time. 254. 51*. 1:17*. 1:474. 

Wiiiiier — 4’h. f, hy Orlinar — Nelly Titus (traimsl hv U. C. Frakos). 

Went to iKist at 5:(8>. At isist 1 minute. Start good. Won easily; s(>eond and Hilnl driving. Mary 
')rr ran well in the going and followed Agnes Figil clostdy for three quarters, then mov(Ml Into the h\id 
iMi the streteh turn and won in a canter. Lady Vie Iggan slowly and had to go wide for the Hist half 



Seratehed— 744-51 = Master of Craft, 105: 74.V)5 (lolf Ball, 102; 74.524 Rohador. 105. 

fourth RACE— 3-4 Mile. (.58079— 1:12*— :i— 92.) Kewtown Stakes. *1,000 added. 

4 7*:^ 3- year-o lds and u|ivvajxl. Selling. Ne t value to w inner * 1,350. 

Ind Horses AVVtPP.St l^ M % Str Fin Jockeys Owners O n C P S 

74571=ALETHET’0 wb 4 H3 4 1 1= 1* 1» 1* E Dugan R T~ VViteon Jr 3Y7-1013-20out— 

74.595 SIR TODDINGTON w 4 108 5 5 5 5 5 28 S Flynn L Mulligan 8 10 9 2 7-10 

74426 KEATOR WB 6 111 1 4 48 4i> .38 38 C H Shll’gF E Brown 12 1.5 10 2J 1 

(74546)TRIFMPH w 3 97 2 3 2» 2» 2'J 4* D Mc('"thyM L Schwartz 15 20 1 5 4 7-5 

74G16’FLED)IING w 4 110 3 2 3“ 3* 4'J 5 E Lynch R P Carman 3 4 18-53-5 out 

Time. 13. 25. 37*. 50. 1:1(5. 

Winner— Ch. c. by Ornament— Und( eldiql (trained hy T. J. Healey). 

Went to post at 3:31. At iiost 2 minutes. .Start good. VViwi easily; second and third driving. Ale- 
tlieiio greatly outcl.sssed his opponents In the going and won all the w.ay iinextendiMl. Sir Toddington. 
(■iitrnu In the streteli. Hnished with a rush (hi the outside and became second in the last stride. Keator. 
next to the rail throughout, liniig on gamely In the final drlv(>. Triumph, after showing a good turn of 
8{ie(8l, tired badly when It <H»me to the flnal drive. Fleming had no mishaps and tired in the going. The 
winner was entered for *1,(8)0; no bW. ^ 

Seratelied- (74«16)Blg Chief. 194; 7:{«i59’Jaeoblte. Ill: 74.598 James B. Brady. 108; 74595’Uyperiou 
IL. Ill: 74496 Momentum. 105; 74448 Besom. 106; 74473.Wiuulug SUr. 92. 

Orerweights — Triampb. 2 pounds. 



hut saved ground when turning Into Hie streteh and flnislied with a rush. Agnes Ford showinl the iiHw't 
'.’.".rr . ""1 a -""<1 race Lady Souffle ran well and was iironiinent all the wav 

'".St after going Hirre-quarters. Divorcee was alwa.v’s a distant trailer and ran laiorir 
Ihe winner was entered for *400; no hid. 

Overweights — Mary Orr. 3 isiunds; Divorcee. 11; Whisk BriHim. 1. 

7 pT SIXTH RACE — 1 1-16 Mile*. (65135 — l:4(i* — 3 — 100.) I’urse *600. 3-year-olds and up 

1 7l ! § fj ward. Selling. Net value to winner *4,50. 



Ind Horses 

7463() SYNCHRONIZED wB 3 90 1 2 1* 1’ 1’ 1* 1’ E Martin D Armstrong 148 92 159 * 30 

(746;{2)MORTIBOA' w 4 112 3 1 3= 28 2* 2* 2nk I’icken.s MrsMG’dblatt 375 189 *243 lOO 

74629=VVARN. GRISW’ELL w 4 107 6 3 28 3* 3® 3* 3J V Powers P Dunne 1.51 132 201 30 

74632 ST. VALENTINE wb 7 113 7 7 6* 5» 4' 4® 4'» J Howard J U Strode 165 95 139 56 

74188 JAVANESE w 4 108 2 4 4* 4’ 6* 5® 5= Warren M Ording 11 10 58 *39 

€96.57 EXACT w 5 107 5 6 7 7 7 7 6= E Griffin H Alexander 6 8 17 • 

74632 HERON WB 3 87 4 5 58 68 6® 6' 7 Hufnagel J .1 Flannigan 8 11 28 • 

Wv4 ^>»?7 84 j» S**46 

shovv'/Tanmr'’GriswJll."'K'^^ Mortlboy. *S.0O place. *.1.:» 

♦.Viietlon Held. Time. 2.5. 515. 1:19*. 1:47, 1-.543 

Winner— Br. g. liy Tlie Elector- Our Jessie (trained liv F. Luzader). 

VVent to i^t at .5:41. At post 3 minutes. St.srt bad. Won easily; setvmd and (•dMl fklvIng. Syn- 
chronized went Into a IcHig lead at once and was never in danger, winning In a-vanter. Mortiboy acted 
fr.-mtlously at the jiost. but vvas away faat. ran Ihiggishly for the first half, lint moved up gamel.r in the 
next quarter and tired l«dly in closing strides. Warner Griswell ran a go^ race and was a game (mhi- 
^«*«;«ne practically left, closed a big gap and was going fast at tte e^ 
Javanese tired after going a half. The winner was entered for *800; no bl(L 



SIXTH RACE — 1 1-16 Miles, (({5135 — l:4(i* — 3 — 106.) I’urse *600. 3-year-olds and up- 
ward. Selllug. Net value to winner *4.50. 

AWtPPSt J4 % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners ‘^a'ies" 

2ED WB 3 90 1 2 1* 1’ 1’ 1® 1’ E Martin D Armstrong 148 92 159 * 30 

VV 4 112 3 1 3= 28 2* 2* 2»8 I’ickens MrsMG’dblatt 375 189 *243 FiO 

4W’ELL w 4 107 6 3 28 3® 3® 3* 3J V Powers P Dunne lol 132 201 30 

INE WB 7 113 7 7 6* 5® 4' 4® 4'® J Howard J U Strode 165 95 139 56 

w 4 108 2 4 4® 4’ 6* 5® 5= Warren M Ording 11 10 58 *39 






, ; . 



DAILY RACING FORM. 



FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1908. 



y 



New York Eiitries and Past Performances for Eriday, May 8. 



WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK HEAVY. 



NEW YORK ENTRIES. 

(Jam idea.) 



Racing starts at 2».'U) p. m. (Oliicaso time, 1:30. J 
XKuiis well in mini. 0Superiur mini runner. 
First Race — 5-8 Mile. 

2-vear-«>l(ls. .Maidens. Seliing. 

(Traik record: 71.'i72— 1 :<M>— 2 — 100.) 



Ind. 



K. <•. 

..l;olJ 



.\. \Vt. 

los. 



Horses. 

l.’l.'n:* Vatlier StalTord 

4»07» Thetis 

J.'ittti Shnpdale 

447«i »;<dd Slipper 

4t!*7 .\lt lied 

4.'ittti Nedliin 

4422 .Mice .M.aek 

4.7ini Itesolate 

4.':3S i’rinirose I^'asne 

4;;it: iioho 

4.‘>lHi 

ri.'i.'iO Taxidermist 

;!77'.» Uiiilit Sort 

KImer Hoy 

I’ele. h. e. liy Howling; 

Itrisik- -Wantage ... 

Second Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs, 
eyear-olds and niiward. llandic.ap. 
Killies .and Mares. 



Ildep. 



74(;l i 



102 710 

!»!t 710 

its 710 

lo.', 70.'i 

102 70.'. 

!»0. . . .7tt.'( 

102 7<iO 

00. . X7ik> 
07 000 

102 





(Trat k record: <"123 


.5- IrtNJi- 4- 


120.) 




71834 


Ex plosion 


...1:07 3 


.120. 


X725 


71 182 


.Martha Jane 


... 1 :t(7s 3 


.110. 


X72d 


74fs;2 


Ffizi'tti- 


...l:ti03 :: 


.113. 


X7I.5 


74t:it: 


I’antontic 


r» 


■ 12(!. 


X71.5 


7:»tt’s; 


4'oII<m|IIV 


...l:tl.5* 4 


.12.5. 


X710 


7i:t8() 


Gow:in 


...1;(I7* 3 


.Ki;:. 


. .70.5 


74 152 


Itai|md 


3 


. 98. 


. .70 5 


74C44 


Grail- t'anicron ... 


4 




. .705 




Third Race — 1 


1-16 Miles. 








4-.vear olds and ii| 


ward. Selling. 






(Ti'iii k ri-cord: J.'M.' 


7 1:15?— 1 


It 1.5.) 




74041 


MONFORT 


...1:17? 1 


.111. 


.XT25 



Ind. Horses. 

74011- Zal 

740t»O Keator 

740<Kt Killieerankie 

74041* la.ril Stanhope 1:4SJ 

74043 Alila 



Ree. 

...1:48 



, ..1:4S 



Wt. 
4. .HMi. 
ti. .100. 

4. . 101. 

4. . 103. 

4. . 101. 



Ildep. 
. X720 
.©71.'. 
. X710 
. X70.'. 
. X700 



Fourth Race — 1 1-16 Miles. 

Kings t'..unty Handii-ap. $1 ,.'shi adiled. 
3-year-(dds ami upward. 

(Track riH-ord: 4.'.4'.7— 1 :4.'.?.— 4— lo.'.. ) 



4000* 


Liglit Wind 


1:45? 


4. 


.im;. 


.©T.50 


L'.73) 


Old Honest v ... 


1 :k:.; 


1. 


.111. 


. X745 


it: It: 


Rve 


1:15* 


Ti. 


.iti;:. 


. XTIO 


457.!* 


SpiMiner 


1:47* 


. 


.105. 




4t:!t; 


Faust 


1:10 


4. 


. ss. 


.X7.’:.'i 



00. , 



Fifth Race — 5-8 Mile, 
2-year-oidS. Selling. 

(Track reeor.l: 7 1•■.72 — 1 :imi— 2— 100.) 

74'70* Madrileno 

1740.'.S> Havri' 1 :o; 

(73700) Steel 

74171 Apron 

740.14 I’leasing 

7t04<t .My .Mariutch 

71.'0t! (let .\lotig 

Corniiro. eh. e. l.y 
Ilaml.nrg — Tatarina. 

Sixth Race — 3-4 Mile. 
3-year-olds. .Maidens. SiK'cial Weight 
(Track record: ."..so70 — 1:12J — 3 — 02.) 
741.'4) (ioldell I'earl .. 

71s 2.'. Ih.n Ottario .. 

7104 4* .Montank 

74.'iOS yu.-stlon Mark 

741.'.2* Kield. r 

liS'.M'Ki Chaph-t 

71777 Bonnie .Man .. 

74014 Carltou 

Tile figures nniler "I! 
the lM‘St time made l.y the horse at the .lis 
since .lannary I, Hmh’.. 





in al.ov 



LATEST PERFORMANCES OF HORSES ENTERED TODAY. 



The small figure under “Str.” shows the distance the horse was ahead of that next in the race. The small 
figure under “Fim” — unless the oorse won — shows the number of lengths the horse was behind the winner. 

FIRST RACE — 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Maidens. Selling. (74.'.72 — 1:00 — 2 — 100.) 

Index Course DIstTlnieT’ckOdds Wt St (4 % % StrFMn Jockeys Best Company. 

FATHER STAFFORD, b. c. 2. by The Friar — Lingerie (R. L. Thomas). Weight today lOS. 

7l.'.;a; .lamaica 5-Sl:hl2fast 10 loS 111' 2i (' 11 ShirgSt.WithoId, Sister 1‘hyllis, .Nedliui. 

THETIS, b. f, 2, by Inflexible — Cheesemite (P. J. Rainey). Weight today 103. 

74407 .lain.aica 4t f .'.U; fast S p.l 3 :t' :!'• 1) McC’lhy Roy.al Cnidive, .1. II. Kod.C.. ihsln r. 

74422 .t.iueduct 4J f j.'.J fast .30 It.x 7 .3 3li 2'i S Klynn Bonnie Kelso, Ilaml.le, 'rom Reid. 

SHAPDALE, ch. g, 2, by Shapfell — Cloverdale II. (B. & O. Stable). Weight today 94. 

74.'.w; .laiiiaica .'. S 1 ;01? fast hi !»4 li 7 7- .'.''i Kraneis St.WUhold. F.S'taff.K-d. .S. Bhylll.s. 

74407 .l.amaiea 41 f 54S fast 5<> lo.'< r. 7 7* 7'-’'.lt Mcli.-in’l Royal Captive, J. 11. lleed, Thetis. 

GOLD SLIPPER, b. f, 2. by Gold Heels — Sister Tenny. (H. T. Griffin). Weight today 99. 

71470 .\<|iieduct 1-2 4S.? fast f. ItHi S H 04 7‘" .Mnsgrave Top Note. ThlstleBelle, Qn. Eleanor 

74.37S A.iii.'dnct 4'f 5C.!( fast 5 lOO 6 3 3* 3**. Mu.sgr’vo ‘ 

73S74 Oakland .3i f 42| fa.st 15 HO 3 2'.k 3'j W Miller 

ALL RED. ch. g. 2. by Star Ruby— Allanette (L. A. Celia), 

74407 .laniaiea 41 f f.lj fast 23 tat 7 0 04 O''- N..tter 

r.IO.'iO K.tlround.s 34 f 42g Last 1.3-10 Iir. r. .3 3* 4* .\o(i.t 

124X4 K.dround.s 3-S 30^ fast 0-5 112 7 2.4 3*4 .1 Lee 

12200 City Bark 3i f 42* fast 13-5 108 3 1 li* 24 J Lee 

HEDLIM, b. c, 2, by Sempronius — La Poitpee (F. H. Milden). 



V'ood<s>. Occidental. CiKpieta. 
KlyingDance, Yolo, BuhblingWater. 

Weight today 103. 
Royal Caidive. ,1. 11. Reed. Tlielis. 
Intervene, Slmeoe, I’oeotaligo. 
McNally, Tom Hidland, Grotto. 
Dispute, Grotto, Romp. 

Weight today 102. 



7K.00 Janiaha 5 8 1 :oi-; fast 25 lo2 7 7 0 04 4':i) .Mc("tliy St.Withold, F.S'tafford. S. I’hyllis. 

ALICE MACK, b. f. 2, by Knight of Malta — Little Em II. (P. J. Colahan). Weight to«lay 99. 



74422 .Aipiedilct 44 f 55* fast 40 



S 



It .McCTliyBoniilc Kelso, Tlictis, Rainide. 
DESOLATE, b. g, 2, by Fatherless — Roselia (Oncck Stable). Weiglit today 98. 

74.300 Jamaica .5 S 1 :oli! fast 34 KH 0 .S 8 S' 7'-' .Mnsgrave Sl.Witlndd. F-Ntafford, S. DliVllis. 
74227 A.|uedii.-t 1-2 40j( fast 40 04 10 11 11 11"4W Walsh Trance. Kitz Hcrhcrt. Erlicrt. 

742(w A<|Uediict 4J f 50 fo-st 41 lu4 0 3 44 5* T Burns Madrileno, Guy Kislier, Sight. 

PRIMROSE LEAGUE, b. f, 8, by Voter — Dorset Flower (J. R. Keene), Weight today 105. 



(423S Aiiui'dliet 1 2 47g fast 7 ](I3 4 SO' It'' Notter 

74200 A<iuediict 44 f 50 fa.st C 105 5 5 0* O'" Nutter 

HOBO. b. c. 2, by Herbert — Misery II. (F. W. Seeley). 

74 :10 .-Xiiuediict 44 f i'lOR fast -ki 07 10 10 10 1C Jensen 

WAMBORO, ch. c. 2, by Ornament — Favorite (R. T. Wilson, Jr.), 
74700 Jamaiea aSLolSfast On ]o| lo C 4 4i' 0"' Nelligau 

74545 Janiai<-a 44 f DC slow 100 90 C C C C'" Nelligau 

TAXIDERMIST, ch. c, 2, by Octagon — Toscana (J. P. Purcell). 
71.3.',o .laiiiai<-a 44 f 5C* slow loO lo.S pj 0 0 0'**.'.l)elahv 

74.341 Ai|iieduct 44 f 54g fa.st 00 loS 11) 10 10' 10='4Delahy 

RIGHT SORT, b. g, 2, by Bel Demonio— Jural (R. F. Carman). 

72770 .s. Anita 44 f 54 fast 20 07 3 5 7* 7"'.4G K.iirns 

T:!741 S. Anita i-2 4S* fast 20 102 3 3 3'= 3*1 (T liurns 

73C01 S. .\nlta 1-2 47* fast 7 07 7 5 C.4 7'"iGoldsteiu 

731i« ,S. Anita 3-S 3.5* fast 20 104411 ll'"ll'*4Moriarlty 

ELMER BOY, b. c, 2, by Fatherless — Guara (Silk Stable). 

74C14 Jamaica 5-S l:Oig fast ]oo ]02 2 4 11 11 ll**.4Delnhy 

74422 Atiueduct 4.’ f .5.3* fast loO 07 10 0 8' S".4rral 

74:UC Aiiueduct 41 f 5C* fast CO 97 14 14 14 14 Ural 

PETE, b. c, 2, by Bowling Brook — Wantage (C. Oxx), ^ 

First start. 



R. Captive, Arioneltc. M.HIglilund. 
Madrileno, Guy Kisher, Sight. 

Weight today 102. 
CliniM-ron, Rainide, St. Willmld. 

Weight today 99. 
St.Witliold. F.S’tairord, S. Uliyllis. 
Preceptor, Occidental, J. II. Reeil. 

Weight today 102. 
Havre. To<l. Lilypad. 

•Mystify, J. II. Reed, Gavin. 

Weight tod.ay 93. 
Force, Frieze, Royal Stone, 
llainpass, Eoregiiard, Hickey Dalle.y 
Horace H., Koreguard, Ned Jram. 
Bold, Palo Alto, Steel. 

Weight today 97. 
Arionettc, Havre, I'orce. 

Bonnie Kelso, Tlietls, Ramide. 
CliaiK-ron, Ramble, .St. Wlfhohl. 

Weight today 102. 



SECOND RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. 
Ptx:* 1 1211.) 



3-year-olds and upward. Fillies and Marcs. Handicap. (.'illl.T' — 



EXPLOSION, hr. f, 3. by Tarporley — Strike-a-Light II. (Newcastle Stable). Weight today 120. 

71824 .\<iin.-duct 3 8 1:00* good 11-5 125 1 3 3 3* 3“ W Miller Berrv Maid. Adriana, IVoodlane. 

717C1 Aqueduct C4 f 1 :24 livy 3 5 12C 1 1 1 1'4 1U \V Miller King Sol, Don Ottario, Ardri. 

71724 .-\<|iicdnct 5-8 .59* good 4-5 1U9 1 1 1 I** It* W Miller WtMMlIane, BoiKpiel, .MasksamlKace.s 

71594 .lumaiea 3-4 1:13* slop 11-5 1u4 2 2 2 2* 2'' W Miller llnndzarra, Sewell, Purslane. 

MARTHA JANE, br. f, 3, by Pirate of Penzance — Amelia Strathmore (F. L. Boriiff). Weight today 110. 
71182 Brigliton 1 1:41 fa.st 3J 99 11 12 11 9 5* 3“i G P.nrns Mast.RolMTt, Ntim.One, Fr. Wliiat. 

71102 G've.send 54 f 1:08 good 5 99 10 C 5 !>> li G Burns 

71073 C/veseiul AL3 4 1:12| hvy 7 99 C 8 3 4' 3i G Burns Wave Crest, 

FRIZETTE, b. f, 3, by Hamburg — Ondulce (J. A. Wernberg). 

T4i)C2 .lanutieii 3 4 1:17* mud 7 5 Io3 3 3 3 3 3'4 Garner 

74.'#3 Jamaica 3-4 1:12* fast 4 lo:{ :! 4 2 2* 2l>* Mnsgrave 

7 149C Jamaica 3 4 1:14 fast 16-5 104 7 C C 4'' 3* Musgr’ve 

74:124 Aqueduct 5 8 1:01 fast 11-5 lo9 3 4 5 5t> C«i Uelaby 

PANTOUFLE, br. m, 6, by Ben Brush — Fairy Slipper (Miss A. M. Marrone). Weight today 12C. 

74C1C Jamaica. 3 4 1:12^ fast 10 117 2 4 4 5i> 3'i G Swain Big Chief. Ear West. Klcmiiig. 

744!h 1 .l.amaica 3-1 1:14 fast 4 112 3 2 1 I'J I'i R .McDiiu’lTroutdcmaker, Krlzctle, Mar.v Hall 

74:M7 Aqueduct 3 4 1:14* fast 8 124 2 6 C C C* J Bergen Jas.B. Brady. Hyperion 11. , Oxford. 

7427C Aqueduct 6 8 1:02J hvy 10 107 5 4 4 4| li> J Bergen Voorhees, Fr. Lord, Berry Maid. 

COLLOQUY, b. f, 4. by Russell— La Tour (O. H. Holle). 

7:i9CC Cii.y Park 3-4 1:13 fast 21 llo 2 11 3* Ileidcl 

7:;c.59 RGr.mnd.s 3-4 PKlg fast i:i-5 113 2 2 2 2' 2* V Powers 

7:i5C3 F.G roll lids 3-4 1 :13i fast 13-5 115 3 112' 3* V I'owers 

7:!.:.53 City Park 3-4 l:i.5g goodlt 5 1 20 3 3 4 3h 5* Minder 



Wimiiiig Star, Marbles. Barmla. 

Aunt Rose, Sanguine. 
Weight today 113. 
Ilalkct. Incognito. 

Zal, RIacksliecp. Rockstone. 
Panlonllc. Trouldcniakcr, .Maryllall. 
B. Maid, (J. .Marguerite, .1. Swift. 



GOWAN, ch. f, 3, by Armeath II. — Meadowley (Oakland stable). 

712x0 Belmont 3 4 l:1.3g fast 25 92 5 C 6 7 5*i G Bums 



Weight today 125. 
Hyperion II., Ilast.v Agnes, Bltigg. 
A1 Muller, Jaeoliite. Goldpruof. 
Pr.Aiinied. HyperionlL, Polly Prim 
JackAtklii, CooneyK., Oldllouesty. 

Weiglit today 103. 



71142 G’voscnd Ab3-4 1:09* good 30 
70918 Sheeps’ d 3-4 1:13* fast 20 

70879 Sheeps’d 5J f l:0Si! slop 3i 110 2 2 2 DJ 

RAQUEL, b. f, 3, by Previous — Hatasoo (J. Bauer). 

744.52 Aqueduct 3-4 1:15 fast 10 lot Kell. 

74:505 .Aqueduct 5-8 l;01g fast 10 103 C C C C* 

7i:598 Belmont 5* f 1:07* fast 10 110 IG 14 15 1C 1C 

7J263 Brigliton f>i f 1:07* fast 15 107 11 9 12 12 12 Buxton 

GRACE CAMERON, br. f. 4, by Lissak— Lida H. (W. C. Daly). 
74C44 Jamaica 3 4 1:13* goml 40 Ho 5 C 5 5.'. .5*' Voikc 

742.53 Aqueduct 3 4 1:16 fast 25 9C 5 C 11 ll' ll'nYorke 

74:502 Aqueduct 3-4 1:15 fast 60 98 4 4 4 4 4*1 W Bums 

742f.4 P.erining 1 1:45 fast 10 101 1 1 2 2 2'i 2* W Burns 



92 5 


6 


6 


7 


5’i G 


Bums 


Doranfc, Falcada, Fair Play. 


98 8 


8 


9 


9 


9 R 


1 siwe 


SpiMint-r, JlmGaffney. Nimlms. 


102 9 


8 


8 


8 


8’»JW 


Doyle 


Mecllck, Firestone, Julia Powel. 



6"iW Kiiapi) Explosion, Fond Heart, Whip Top. 

Weight today 98. 

S Flynn Hartford Bo.v, Fielder, 'I'riumjih. 
ClGarner Besom. M. I’opiilar, (Juostion .Mark. 
W Knapp Parkview, Imitator, Lady Corlniie. 
Sir Cleges, Bolamlo, Glaucus. 

Weight today 92. 
Priseillian, Peter ()uincc, .Mont auk. 
Maryllall. (LG. Hall. L.Corinne. 
Grapple, Cresslna, Big Chief. 
l‘aui<iue, Peter Knight, Millstone. 



THIRD RACE — 1 1-lG Miles. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. (4.5457 — 1:15* — 4 — 105.) 
MONFORT, ch. c, 4, by Ornament — ^Eleanor (R. T. Wilion. Jr.). 



1* E Dugan 
5* 2* E Dugan 
1*1 E Dugan 
5* E Dugan 



7JC41 Jamaica 1 1 16 I:47Z good 8-5 loC 2 

71703 Aqueduct 1 1-16 1:47 fast 5 95 7 7 7 6 

71619 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:48* slow 9-10 113 3 4 4 4 

71.575 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:47 fast 10 97 2 2 2 2 3' 

ZAL, ch. c, 4, by First Mate — Emerald (W. Gerst). 

74641 .lam.aica 1 1 16 1:17? good 1 I'h: :i 1 1 1 ]h 2* 

7457.5 Jamaica 3 4 1:13* fast 4 109 1 1 1 11 1'> 

745’24 Jamaica 11-16 1:49 fa.st 5 109 2 2 1 1 11 

744.51 Aqueduct 1 1:41 fast 4 114 3 1 1 1 1' 

KEATOR, b. g, 6, by Charaxus — Generine (F. E. Brown). 

746fiO Jamaic.a 3-4 1:16 mud 10 ill 4 4 4 

74426 Aqueduct Ct f 1:26 fast 4 112 4 5 5 

74292 Aqueduct 7-8 1:29 fast 13-6 112 3 6 6 6 4* 4* T Bums 

73863 City Park 3-4 1:17| mud 4* 110 4 4 3 1* 1* Nlcol 

KILLIECRANKIE, ch. f. 4. by Kilmarnock— Kildeer (W. C. Daly). 
74600 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:47* fast 15 97 3 4 4 4 4'" 4'’.1 W Bums 

745.00 Jamaica 11-16 1:48 fa.st 15 102 3 8 8 8 8 7'* Yorke 

74424 Aqueduct 1 1:41* fast 12 103 5 5 5 5 5* 3*i Yorke 

74:551 .\<iueduct 1 1:40 fast 50 93 7 7 7 7 7 7'*lY^orke 

LORD STANHOPE, b. g, 4, by Stanbop* n.— Lmto (O. F. Clark). 
74641 Janiaiia 1 1-16 1:47? g<v.<i 15 1 05 1 5 4 4 4'" :',H Notter 

74574 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:4.8? fast 60 103 4 4 4 4 4* 4* Henry 

73145 F.Gr’nds 1 1-8 2:01? hvy 10 95 7 6 5 8 8* 6* C Henry 

73104 F.Gr’nds 11-8 1:59 hvy 3 97 5 3 3 3 5i» C» C Henry 

A LIL A, ch. f, 4, by Solitaire II. — Sevens (A. B. Spreckels). 

746i:i Jamaica 3-4 1:15 good 13-5 113 4 2 2 2h 7'*1W Doyle 

74348 Aqueduct 6* f l:21g fast 7 lOS 3 2 4 41 .5*1 W Doyle 

74280 Aqueduct 7-8 1:29* hvy 30 106 3 6 5 6 6* 4» W Doyle 

‘ 106 10 



Weight today 111. 
Z:il, Lord Sfanliope, Royal Lady. 
Brook. Nyrnpli, Gret. Green, BetiBan 
SumraerCloud, Killieerankie, EarlG. 
MasterRobert, GretiiaGreen, Faust. 

Weight today lOG. 
II Sliil’gMonfort, Isird Sfaidiopc. Royall.ady 
II ShirgFrizette, Itlaekslieeii, Roi-kstone. 

2t> C II Sliil’gBad News, Import. Gallavant. 

!•> U McDan’iiM.ofCnift D.StutTord, i’oquessing. 

Weight today IOC. 
.31* 3*1 C II Shil’g.VIetliciio. S.Toddiiigton, Trluiiiph. 

G Burns Sadler, Frank Is>rd, Obert. 

Greeiio. Dashaway, Chief Hayes. 
Goldproof, Ralbert, Harold D. 

Weight today 101. 
Castlewooil, Zienap. Liglit Wool. 
Prctiuislon. Sa.vlor, Druid. 

Import, Teacress, Saylor. 

Zienap, Rillenian, Juhil<s‘. 

Weight today 103. 
Monfort. Zal. Royal Lady. 

Saylor, Troiildemakcr, D. Stafford. 
Salnesaw, Adesso, Paul. 

Paul, Hooray, De Reszke. 

Weight today 101. 
Cary, Disaster. George G. Hall. 
Chantilly, Saylor, Den. S'taffi>rd. 
Zal, Mark Antony II., Gallavant. 



71085 G’vesend Ab3-4 l:lli slow 60 106 10 10 11 11 11 W Doyle SisterFYances, I.AdyAnne, Algelone 

1 1-16 Miles. Kings County Handicap. 3-year-olds and upward, (15457 — 1:45? — 4 



FOURTH RAOE- 

— Kk'i.) 

LIGHT WOOL, ch, c, 
74600 Jamaica 1 1-16 
74647 Jamal(‘a 1 1-16 
74.326 Aqueduct 7-8 
73819 S. Aaita 1 1-8 
OLD HOHESTY. K e, 
74573 Jamaica 1 1-16 
74499 Jamaica 1 1-16 
74361 Aqueduct 1 
mti City Park 1 1-3 



, 4, by Woolsthorpi 

1:47* Last 21 124 

1:49? Flow 8-5 120 
1:26* fast 7 109 

1:.52 fast 18-5 111 



! — Aluminum (R. L, Thomas). Weight today 106. 

2 2 2 2 2* 3* C II Shil'gCnstlewood. Zienap, Killieerankie. 

Ill 1 1* 1*1 C II SIill’gBerkeley, Zienap, Umbrella. 

4 4 6 5* 4*1 C li Shil’gJulince, Colonel Jack, Cainii.aigner. 

“ H Shil’gMoles*‘y, E. T. Fryer, Marster. 

Weight today 114. 



Ill 1 1* 2* C 



4, by Prerions — Mamie Doyle (A. J. Gorey). 

1:47 fast 54 102 3 3 3 3 2* 1* Miisgr’ve Rifleman, Spooner. Wexford. 

1:46 fast 15 105 4 4 4 5 6* 4*i (' li Sliil’gMcCarter, Jack Atkin, Rifleman.^ 

1:40 fast C 119 6 5 6 6 6‘ G'"*G Koeruer Zienap, Rifleman, Jubilee. 

t-M Cast 4* 114 3 1 1 1 1* l>i J Lee Temaceo, Good Lnck, Cornscate. 



RYE, b. g, 5, by Greenan — Degenerate (D. SnlllTea), 



;5-4 1 :i:5? fast 20 114 4 5 7 7* 7* Shaw 

1 1-16 1:47* fast 6 105 1 3 3 3 3* 4* W Miller 

1 1-16 1:46? fast 2-6 106 2 6 5 5 2h 3'i W Miller 

1 1-8 l:59g slop 7-5 108 2 3 3 3 1'* 1* "W Miller 

3, by Peep o'Day — Flitincer (J. V. Lemaire). 



74616 Jamaica 
71563 J.amaica 
71180 Brighton 
71062 G’vesend 
SPOONER, ch. 

74.57;> Jamaica 
74425 Aqueduct 
71835 Aqueduct 
71778 Aqueduct 
FAUST, b. g, 4, by Mirthful— Imp (F. E. Brows). 
74616 Jamaica 3-4 1:13? fast 20 98 6 7 5 6* 

7447.3 Aqueduct 7-8 1:27? Last 20 98 3 4 4 4 41 

74375 Aqueduct 6* f 1:20? fast 20 98 3 5 5 5 

74096 F.Grounds 7-8 1:26* fast 13-6 109 2 3 3 3 3* 



1 1-16 1:47 
1 1:39 
1 1:40 
7-8 1:27 



fast 4-5 104 2 
fast 6 98 4 

good 3* 100 3 

slow 11-6 104 2 



Notter 
E Dugan 
Sumter 
W Miller 



6’ Dclnliy 
5*1 Del.aliy 
5'* Delaby 
3»J Nicol 



Weight today 103. 
Big Clilef, Far West. Fleming. 
Juggler, Grapple, Dolly Spanker. 
Wes. St. Valentine, Phil Finch. 
Punky, Lally, Palette. 

Weight todav 105. 
Old Honesty, Ritleuiau. We.xford. 
Jack Atkin, Rifleman, Oxford. 
GretnaGreen, Bedouin, MartinDoyle 
Jack Atkin, Welbourne, Faust. 

Weight today 88. 
Big Hiief. Far 'West. Klcniiiig. 
Halket, Berkeley, Maznmii. 

Colonel Jack. Rialto, Grapple. 
IsMnsKater, Grimaldi, HaniilhMlBey 



FIFTH RA(J^: — 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Selling. (74.572 — 1:00—2—109.) 



MADRILENO. ch. g, 2, by Ethelbert— Old Madrid (P. T. Chinn). 
74.570 .lam.aii’a 4) f 51? Last 8 5 liCl 2 2 2' 2'.'. Musgrav* 

74471 Aqueduct 45 f .55? fast 2 103 1 2 15 1*' Musgr’ve 

74.’’Ji2 -Vijiicduct ■■ " " ' ' 

743oO Aqueduct 



1* Garner 
2* Garner 
1*5 Mirigrave 
2* -Mnsgrave 



45 f 


.55? fast 2 103 


1 


2 


1*. 


4 ‘. f 


56* fast 8-5 lti7 


1 


1 


in 


45 f 


56 fast 9-5 102 


1 


1 


Vi 


2, by Hawkswick — Tut 


Tut 


(H. T. 


Gr 


.5-8 1 


:02 mud 4 103 


1 


2 3 


«ii 


r.-s 1 


:01? fast 4 102 


8 


2 2 


2’ 


41 f 


56* slow 5 108 


3 


1 


1' 


45 f 


55 fast 3i 108 


4 


2 


03 



7465S .lam.aica 
74611 Jamaica 
74.5.50 Jamaica 
74.501 Jamaica 

STEEL, b. c, 2, by Mimic — Star (S. C, Hildreth). 
7:1760 S. Anita 
73.596 Oakland 
73511 S. Anita 
73166 S. Anita 
APRON, eh. f, 

74471 Aqueduct 
74:!76 Aqueduct 
74;:27 Aqueduct 
74278 Aqueduct 
PLEASING, ch. g. 

71611 Jamaic.a 
744‘_’2 .tque.luct 
742.52 Aqileiliict 
743k> Aqueduct 
MY MARIUTCH, b 
7 16 |o .lamiiica 
74122 .tquediict 
74278 .\<iueduct 
74212 Aqueduct 
GET ALONG, b. 

71.5!*»! .la mail -a 
7:’.645 .S. Anita 
73415 S. Anit.a 
CORNARO, ch. 

First start 



1-2 


48? fa.st 2 


iih: 


r> 


1 


15 


16 r H Shil’i 


1-2 


49* slow 2 


los 


1 


6’ 


6" 


8*5 J Hn.ves 


31 f 


41* fast 6 


110 


4 




1* 


1* E Dugan 


3-8 


35? fast 8-3 


no 


5 




3t» 


3* E Diigni) 


, by Voter — Gingham (J. R. 


Keene) 






4». f 


55? fast 9-5 


10:: 


2 


1 


*2h 


S’ Notter 


1-2 


48? fast 10 


105 


7 


7 


5’ 


4'"JNotter 


1-2 


46? fast 16-5 


94 


9 


9 


9* 


8" F’lirothcr 


4i f 


hi hvy 5 


105 


1 


2 


16 


15 Notter 


g. 2, 


, by Royal Flush HI.- 


—Delight (B. & 0. Stable) 


5-8 1:01.? fast 60 


91 


10 


9 S 


S'-’ 


4* Franeis 


45 f 


55* fast 20 


105 


3 


7 


9* 


9'*5R McD.an’ 


4 .'. f 


56* fast .50 


94 


3 




4'' 


4*5 Franeis 


4j f 


56? fast 8 


105 10 


, 11 11 


U'*iR McDan’ 



f. 2, by Star Ruby — Strathleaf (J. L. McGinnis). 



8 1:02? giHxl 20 

15 f 5.5* fast 15 

45 f 56* fast 6 5 

1-2 49? fast 6 



104 

1(HI 9 
B«: 2 
106 2 



45 1o-“ l.aiig 
11 li 11'* Lang 
1 2i> 5" K Dugan 

3 3» 3'i Lang 



g, 2, by Tithonns — Zeila (R. F. Carman). 

5-8 1:01? fa.st :10 99 12 11 11 11 ill'" Garner 

12 4X? fast 15 105 1 11! n* 10'" G Burns 

35 f 41 Lust 12 107 9 10 10** Moriarily 

c, 2, by Hamburg — Catarina (H. P. Wliitney). 



Weia-ht today 104. 
Ramide. Arlonette. Kllz. Sweeney. 
Instant, Distract, rhiiimiink. 

Tom Reid, Distract, i’leasing. 

Guy Fisher, Sight. Chinmnnk. 

Weight today 102. 
Force. Miss Higid.and. I’crsonal. 
Arionette, Force, Pleasing. 

Tod, Lllypnd, Thistle Belle. « 

SeaCliff, Bluestock, MissBattel 
Weight todav 

Mad. Mnsgrave, Col. Lady, M. Russel* 
Duke of .Milan. Lee Riise. Mozart. 
Inelement, J. H. Reed. Corlele. 
Bold, Palo Alto, Who. 

Weiglit today 105. 
Madrileno. Instant. Distraet. 
HIghPrivate, FItzHerliert, Une.Jim. 
Trance, Fitz Herbert, Erbert. 
Intervene, Madrileno, Tom Reid. 

Weight today 94. 
-\rionctte, Havre, Force. 

Bonnie Kelso, Tliells, Ramide. 
Madrileno, Tom Relil. Distraet. 
Uhaperon. Rainhlc, St. Witlndd. 

Weight today 99. 
.Silk I lose. Qn. Eleanor. ThistleBelle. 
Bonnie Kelso, Tliells, Rainide. 
Voialoo, Occidental. Gold Sllpiier. 
Indoinitalile, Mystlfier, Oe. Maid. 

Weight today 99. 
Sf.Witbold, F.8.’ta(rord. S. Pliyllis. 
Live Oak. Pops, Frieze. 

Lee Rose, J. 11. Reed. Valjean. 

Weight today 99. 



SIXTH RACE — 3-4 Mil?. 3-year-olds, Maidens. Special Weights. (0NO79 — 1:12? — 3 — 02.) 

GOLDEN PEARL, ch. c. 3. by Golden Garter — Pearl V. (A. J. Joyner). Weight today 112 

3-4 1:13* Last 15 109 1 1 1 ;{ij 4* Horner Aletlieuo. Oxford, Colonel Jaek. 

70189 Brighton B. 3-4 1:14 fast 115 3 4 6 6 6'» W Miller Uncle. Gene Rus-sell. Dead Gone. 

DON OTTARIO, ch. g, 3. by St. Leonards II. — Anna Daly (Mrs. L. A. Livingston). Weight today 109. 
ilsj.i .\quednct 7-8 1:27 fast 8 .88 S 9 9 8 8 7"5 IVIaby Ilessi.an, Itorante. Carrollton 

ilili4 Aqueduct 6* f 1:24 hvy 100 KiO 3 5 4 3' .’!*5 1* Kelly Explosion, King Sol, Ardri 

71705 Aqueduct 3-4 1:16* fa.st 10 102 15 15 13 12 l(i'*5.\Iusgr’ve Hessian, Bidando; Monocle. 

MONTAUK, ch. c. 3, by Star Shoot — Janie Clay (P. J. D-^Vyer). Weight today 112. 

Gi.H .lamaica 3 ) 1 : i:’.* gooit 4* l"x 4 :! 3 .’!» 1» .McC’tli.v Priseillian, Petertjnlncc. Di.il idatc 

G402 Aqueduct 65. f 1:20? fa.st 2 ]ii8 1 4 2 2h :!*5 R JlcDan’lR. C.siper, Troublesome. G. G. Hall 

il.{28 Aqueiliict 3-4 1:14? fast 3* 105 6 3 2 2* 2* MeCalicy .Mazmiia, Red Bonnet. Alniandine. 

<4293 A<iueduct 3-4 1:13? fast 20 94 4 4 4 4 4*5 .Mct’alicy Ibw-kstone. Zienap, Zal. 




FIELDER, b. c, 3, by Greenan — Dnisilla (J. Kneale). 

71152 A(|iie>iuct 3-4 1:15 fast 7 ln9 :’ 2 1 liiv 2J E Diigan 

74:t2S Aiim duct 3 4 ] :I4? fast 20 ](I5 2 4 5 6.'. .5'* Gui ikt 

71,893 Kenning 6* f 1:10? hvy 10 112 1 8 8 6J 7'* Notter 

71642 Jamaica 55 f 1:09 fast 100 1H9 1 2 6 8 11 J Powers 

CHAPLET, hr. g, 3, by Ben Brush — Rosegarland (J. R. Keene) 

6X9(W Bidmoiit I’k 4 1 2 f .5,‘l* niiiil loO 6 7 7’ '7'*5.\lycrs 

BONNIE ALAN, b. c, 3, by Allan-a-Dale — Bonnie Blue (M. L. Schwartz), Weight today 112 

71777 Aiiu.aluct 3 4 1:14* slow 60 9.S 8 8 8 8 S’" Mu.sgr’ve Hessian. Mis.sSain, JubileeJugglus! 

CARLTON, ch. c, 3, by Albert — Hoodo(J. A. MacMartin). Weight today 112. 

71611 .lamaUa 3 I 1 : !3* good 1 ih» lux 7 5 6 S‘‘ 10'*5W Doyle Priseillian. Peter tjiilucc. Moutauk. 

i4.:28 A<|ii<<luct 3 4 1:14? fast :io lir. I 12 12 12 12**5R McDau'IMaziima. .Moiiluiik, Red B<nmet 

7I:!(I5 Aque<luct 5 8 1:01? fast 100 lus 10 10 10 lu’ lo**5Cro\vIcy Besom, M. Popular, gueslioii .Mark. 



Weight today 112. 
Hartford Bo.v, Triuni|>li, Rosario. 
.Muzuma. Moutauk, Red Ronuct. 
Oiiiuliioteiit. Tenakoe, Orfano. 
A<Iriuche, Rolando, Sparker. 

Weight today 109. 
Lady Winifn-d, Simnuicp, Cohort. 



Louisville Entries and Past Performances for Eriday, May 8. 



WEATHER CLOUDY. TRACK HEAVY, 
(Handicapped for a heavy track.) 

LOUISVILLE ENTRIES. 



For differences in weight add or deduct 
5 points to the pound. An extra good 
rider’s average worth is 3 pounds. 



Racing starts at 2:30 p. in. 

XRims well in intid. ©SiiiX'rior miid rnnni 
First Race — 1-2 Mile. 
‘2-.vear-ol<ls. Selling. 

(Tra<-k r<M-onl: 24i:i2 47J— 2— 110.) 

Ind. Horses. R<-c. A. Wt. 

(74li2S( Alice ;l!l? 



ti:.5.". I .Viulcrsou .... 
ir>:;i I S< rvi<<aicc ... 
(i:;:i- Fimdanu'ntal 

I.5.s; 4 Silv4‘rile 

tist El.vsinm 

4I12S Icaria 

|i;2S* .Miss I laiisliiir;: 
to.'.:; Jolin III II ... 

Silvia- C 

.Slow a wav ... 
Ilaz<-I .May .. 

•Manora 

.Miramla .Miller 
.Maxim Gun. cl 
St. Maxim - 
.Mills 



:1!IJ 

:I9? 

:I9 



;.',(i* 



r I i ss 
id .5 12 
ri.'hS.'. 
n.'i.'is 

nogs 



10.5. 
lilt . 

104. 
11’2. 

!i;i. 

lo::. 

!IS. 

101 . 

•ii:. 
1(11 . 
lot:. 

‘.14 . 

105. 

102 . 



IMcp. 
XV’25 
X720 
X7-20 
. .715 
X715 
. .710 
X7o5 
xt;95 
. .O'. 15 
xi:s5 
. .07.5 
. .tH’i5 
XOOll 
. .O.'iO 



c. bv 
Aililie 



Second Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 

3 .vear-olds and upward. Selling. 
(Track rccoril: 21.579 -1:001 — J--111.) 



74110 Orlandot 1 :0S? 

7:!919'' 

71.5.59* 

7 1.5S7 
71027 
7;:7:;s 
71711 
74071 
7L5.SO 
74115 
74 5M 
7 i.'iSO 



(Track 

740.52 



92.. X5 



Ind. 


Horses. 




Rcc. 


A 


Wt. 


Hdep. 


7l(12tl) 


Financier 




..1:14« 




. 95. 


.XT15 


7 


Ethel Carr 




.1:17? 




. .87. 


.X715 


745.V.I 


F. T. Shipp . . 




.1:15? 




. SiK 


. X710 


7111X14 


1 ‘otter 


. . 


.1:11* 


7_. 


.109. 


.©IKKI 




Little ficorgt' . 




.1:14? 


4 


.ltd . 


. X l‘►85 


74-24 1 


\ ansi'l 




.1:19 


:» 


. 92 


.X<>80 


UI.54;: 


Miss K. O. B. 






4 


. 94 


.. .ti’25 



- i 



Fourth Race— Short Course. 

Steeplecliuse. 

3-year-oIds and upward. Allowances. 

(Track nword: 57971 2:18 -8—1.50.) 

740.32 IinpiTtiiicnce 4..128..y700 

71<;.55* t'liarlicld 5 . . 1 :15 . . 'X 095 

74ir<5* W aterway 5. . 1 15. . X0>!I0 

7::.x.so* I’liiiT 0. .128. . X075 

74055 Tow iics 5. . 125. . XOOtl 

P.crlcl 125 

Fifth Race— 7-8 Mile. 

3-year-oIds and upward. Allowances. 

(Track record: 08S9l— 1:25J— 5- -10!i.) 

■I.'x84) TER.Ml 1:’29? 98..X7’25 

■|5ii1) llisl.v .\giics L.’Mlj 9;!..X7I'> 

”407.5* .MorlilioV 1:2.8 4.. lot;.. ©710 

Ill'll Colonel Jim Donglis. . 1 :20? 0. . KM . . ®7iH) 

1292 ‘I'snr.v 1:27? 5.. 9!i..xtiio 

l‘24l ‘.Sharp Point .87.... 0.50 

15.59 St. .Magnet 3. . 90.... 025 

•R. F. Guthrie entry. 

Sixth Race — 1 Mile. 

4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



Belli Godwin . . 


1 ;i:: 


!M) 


.X7ir. 


(Track record: CsT'.k'i 


-1 ::!9? 




-9.-{.) 




Riek(‘.v 


1:07* 


5. .KM 


.©710 


71050* Qnagga 


.1:11? 


1 


.108. 


©725 


Clianeellor 


1:10? 


■1. .101 


• X7I0 


74(i:2 (reel 


.1:11? 


r» 


. lo7 . 


©T’Jii 


•loe MeCarlhy . 


1:F!i 


::. .loi 


. X705 


71054 i’lantland 


.1:10? 


."V 


. KIT. 


X715 


Stoner Hill .... 


1:07 


5. .107 


.©71M) 


74104* Great 




.Ki2. 


XTlo 


•\rdis 


1 :tis* 




. XC95 


7::s91 IT. Met’luer 


. 1 : 12* 


r» 


.107. 


©TKi 


.\niia Seott .... 


1:12 


4. .102 


. X690 


7103’2 San .\rdo 


4 


. um;. 


XTii.'i 


Iiorlincr 


1:07? 


::. .KM 


. XG85 


TIO.'.O George B;,iiley 




4 


.Ki;:. 


©TOO 


Snake .Mar.v ... 




94 


.X075 


79».*»<l Lalior 


.1:41? 


10 


.102. 


X 7in> 


Rower 


1 :OS? 


5.. 99 


. . .07t) 


7ltiT5 Javane.se 


.1:41 


1 


.km;. 


X 0T5 


Third Race — 3-4 Mile. 






(18918 I’erev Green 


.1:47* 




.itrj. 


X 0.50 


3-year-olds and 


upward. Selling. 




The lignres under “Ree.” 


in above entries 


show 


r(M‘onI: 21. 1SS.» — 


I :l;i--.5 


—121.) 


tile liest time made l»y Hie 


liorse 


at 


tlie distance 


Tlionias Callionn 


LIS? 


92 


• X725 


since January 1, 1900. 











Tile “(Mills’ 



LATEST PERFORMANCES OF HORSES ENTERED TODAY. 

(igtires in eonneelion with horses at llie present lionisville meeting are the ealenlatlons iiiaile 
by Daily Racing Form amt liased on iniltnal piMds. 'I'liev are iiiildisheil in siieh 
form for the mere purpose of nieclianieal uniformity. 



FIRST RACE— 1-2 Mile. 2-year-olds. Selling. 



Index Course DistTlmeT’ckOdds Wt St (4 % % StrFin 
ALICE, ch. f. 2, by Fatherless— Eostre (J. Capo), 



(21012— 47)— 2— no.) 

Jockeys 



1638 T.oui.sville 
74'3:i9 F\ Grounds 
74301 E. Grounds 
7416:j K.Groimds 



1-3 .50? livy 7 

5 8 1 :0«? fast 8 
4* f 55* fast 4 
1-2 60* slow 4* 



107 
104 2 
103 10 
112 9 



1 ' 
3* S' 
10 10 *' 
31 1" 



F Burto* 
F Burton 
F Burton 
F Burton 



ANDERSON, b. e, 2, by Box— Paradise Won (C. Karr). 



746.5;! I.iOUi.sville 1-2 .50? hvy 9 TO lol 

745.83 I.M‘Xington 5-8 l;t>7* hvy 11 ]o9 1 

744S8 la^xington 4J f 5.5* good 6 97 3 

744.'!9 Lexington 4* f 58* hvy 6J Ur, 7 

SERVICENCE, ch. c, 2, by Service — Innocenoe 



4 2* 1* 

2 2'? 3* 

1 1'j! i.j 

7 4» 4' 



Franklin 
Piektais 
Franklin 
V Powers 

(B. Schreiber). 



FUNDAMENTAL, br. 



Best Company. 

Weight today 105. 
Inela, Miss Hapslinrg, Icaria. 
Bronghain, Transforiii, Irrigator. 
Fiimlanientai, Pinion, Servieellee. 
Servieen(8*, Silverton, NebraskaLass 
Weight today 101. 
W. Bread. M.Lawr’ee. L. Hawthorne 
Direct, Ton.v W., Silverite. 

Camel. McNally, RiMiktilnder. 
Transform, Camel, Von Btielow. 

Weight today 104. 
Fiimlanientai, Solicitor. Rosidoirgll 
Fnndaim-ntal, Pinion. lyady I<e<»la. 
Alice, Silverton, Nebraska I/ass. 
Pinion, Injury, Alice. 

<:, 2, by Sorcerer— Princess Marne (W. S. Williama). Weight today 112. 

SiTvieence, Solicitor. Roseliiirg II. 
Pinion, Servioence, Lady Leota. 
MaidofGotham. K. Queen, Anderson. 
Slmeoe, Gavin, Transform. 

Weight today 99. 
Direct, Tony W., Anilerson. 

Romp, MajorLawrenoe. Woolwindcr 
Inela. Miss Ha|ishiirg. Guanlalleeii. 
The Slicker, Ken. Queen, Edwin L. 

Weight todav 103. 
AnnMcGee, Crys.Maid, 'Wil. Plume. 

Weight today 98, 
Alice. Inela. Miss Haiisbnrg. 

A. Baird, M.Hapsburg, Gnardalleen 



T46::l 


Ixiiilsville 


1-2 


.50 hvy 


10- 5 


106 


1 


1 


1* 


n 


Heidel 


7431)1 


F.Grounds 


45 f 


55* fast 


12 


106 


3 


4 


3ti)i 




LielMTt 


74163 


F.Grounds 


1-2 


50* slow 10 


115 


7 


2 


1' 


2*» 


Rosen 


74066 F.Grounds 


1-2 


48* fast 


16 


108 


1 


2 


2'5 


2* 


Liehert 



74ll‘:i Louisville 


1-2 


fiO 


hvy 


4-0 


107 


2 


2 S' 25 Warren 


74301 F.Grounds 


45 f 


65* fast 


12 


ttiS 


4 


1 15 1* Pickens 


74144 F.Grounds 


1-2 


49 


fast 


25 


108 


6 


1 1* 1' Plckt'us 


73910 City Park 


35 f 


42* good CO 


105 


10 


11’ 10'’5Skirvin 



103 > 8 
10:t 8 
105* 6 
100 13 



SILVERITE, ch. g, 2. by Silverdale — Minati (S. Foraythe). 
745.S3 la-xington 5-8 1:07* hvy 25 
744.59 I.s;xinKton 1-2 50 slow 8 

74414 I>exington 1-2 51? mud 15 

73445 City Park 3* f 42| fast 30 

ELYSIUM, b. f, 2, by Ben Bramble — Paradise 
744X4 I>ixington 1-2 48* good 60 10.3 8 

ICARIA, b. f, 2, by Sanders — Ave Marie (W. 

74638 Isiuisville 1-2 .50? hvy 25 lot) 12 

74462 Liexington 4* f 67* slow 15 103 12 



6' 4*.l. F Burton 
5S 7"J Piekens 
4* 4*1 Warren 
13" 13>’*Huestts 
M, Goode). 

7* 7*1 J Howard 
Lewis). 

7 8J 4*1 Fogarty 
9 9' 9“ W Ott 



MISS HAP8BURO. oh. f. 2 , by Hapsbnrr— maa Eon (H. McCarren, Jr.). Weight today 101. 

74638 I>5uisville 1-2 50? hvy 30 104 4 2 3* 3*J Skirvin Alice. Inela. Icaria. 

74585 I.iexington 5-8 1:07? hvy 4 lt)T> 1 3 5 5* 5'’JSklrvlii LadyHawthorne, AliceBaIrd, Bahha 

74511 Lexington 4J f 56? fast 7 100 5 4 6' 9"iSklrvin Cassowary, Columbus. Serenade. 



74462 LiCxington 


45 f 


67* 


slow 6 


101 


2 


5 


2' 


2'5 Sklrviu 


Alice Baird, Gnardalieen, Serenade 


JOHN HALL, b. 


r. 2, 


by 


Counter Teno 


r — Emma Baer 


(J. C, Cabn). 


Weight today 96. 


746.53 Ixiulsville 


1-2 


.50? 


hvy 16 


106 


3 


2 


45 


5" V Powers 


Anderson, Wh. Bread, M.Iatwrenoe. 


742l’0 F.Grounds 


1-2 


49* 


fast 30 


95 


£* 


2 


35 


4' M MeGee 


AiiUimn Maid, Silverton, Anderson. 


74163 F.Grounds 


1-2 


50* 


slow 40 


108 


6 


6 


85 


10**5Troxlcr 


Alice, Servlcence, Silverton. 


74092 F.Qruunds 


35 t 


421 


fast 30 


103 


9 


10 


105 


10“ V Power* 


DUagreement, Malecoa.U.ofGotham 








FRIDAY, MAY 8. 1808. 



DAILY RA'CIKG FOK^. 



SILVER C,, ch. g, 2, by Silverdale — Salosa (S. Forsythe). 

744SS I>xi!iKlon 4J f 55* Rood 20 HC?. 7 5 7i 7’*i ^Y Ott 

729S5 City Park 3-8 37g hvy 50 102 11 fi‘i Lloyd 

72817 City Park 3-8 36* slow 15 107 15 15 10>» W Ott 

STOWAWAY, b. k. 2, by G. W, Johiisou — I'orsakcu (W. P. Reardon), 
74612 1^'xiiiKlon 41 f Ti*)* fast 12 :tx li 7 6 * j'* <!ljisiicr 

74220 F.Grounds 1-2 49* fast 12 108 0 5 5' 6“lNiool . 



Weirht today 101. 
Andorson. ramcl. McS'ally. 
Ifamniock Boy, Craftsman. Dispute 
Injury. Craftsman,. Warden. 

Weight today 106. 
M'Dale, S|ian. Banner. Lady Ktlielyn 
Aiitiimu Maid, Silverton, Anderson. 



HAZEL HAY, br. f. 2, by Resolute II. — Southern Belle (T. M. Irvine). 



74.5X5 l.exinRton 5-8 I;07ii hvy 12 
74512 Le-vington 4J f 56* fast 8 



Selle (T. M. Irvine). Weight today 94. 

7 7-‘iKraiikliii Ladyilawthorne, .Vlica-Baird. Bahlia 

9® S”lWarrcn M’llale, SpangledBanner, Stowaway 

Baker), Weight today 105. 



74.55s 


l.cxinKton 


1-2 


51* hvy 15 


1(14 8 


9 


73 


7'®*F ISiirton 


Char. Hamilton. Har. Rowe. Ocala. 


744?k5 


l>-xington 


1-2 


51* hvy 16 


103 2 


C 


7* 


7== F .ALirtiii 


MofGotham, F. Mes’nger.C. Hamilton 


74.!|f; 


Lexington 


1-2 


49* fast 12 


110 1 


6 




8® Wishard 


Neoga, -AL of Gotham, .Ahhy C. 




tJty Park 


3-8 


37* good 15 


no 11 




10‘ 


10'=*AV Allen 


Serenade, Sister Ollle, Alamia. 


MIRANDA MILLER. 


ch. f, 2, by 


Honshell- 


— Susie 


Monmouth H. Mengcl). Weight today 102. 


7462X 


l.oiiisvilic 


1-2 


hvy 2.5 


100 14 


13 


13 


13”'. M McC.ee 


-Alice. Inela, Miss llapshiirg. 


7279;t 


City Park 


3-S 


36* good 40 


110 14 




8i 


8*i Dearborn 


Ellz. Harwood. HeletiKldder, Inela. 



MAXIM GUN, ch. c, 2. by St. Maxim— Addie Mills (F. Ck>ok). 

First start. 

SECOND RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (21.579 — 1 :0r,l- 



Weight today 108, 



ORLANDOT, b. c, 3, by Orlando— OoUie fW. 



7444<i Le.\inKtnn 
74241 F.Grounds 
741.S3 F.Orounds 
74145 F.ilrounds 



1 1:4S hvy 6 
3-4 1:13* fast 13 
3 4 1 :14* good 15 
3-4 1:14* fa.st 4 



Fixer). 

2J 4*i Rdniiston 
9“ 9'“ S Flvnii 
n> 4*i Minder 
2J 11 S Flynn 



DR. SIMRALL, b. c. 3, by Jean Bereaud — Virginia Keene (£. Alvey). 



7::;ii9 .s. 


Anita 


7-x l:2x* 


slop 


-i 


112 1 3 


3 3' 


3® 'T Tavlor 


Sparkles. 


Sjs’hn 


7:!X4i s. 


.Anita 


3 1 1:1;!* 


fast 




112 4 5 


3 3' 


2"k T 'Taylor 


.Montclair. 


Til. 


7;!745 .S’, 


Anita 


5,’. f 1 :t)7 


fast 


10 


107 5 6 


6 6® 


5®J 'T Taylor 


Kerry. 1!: 


rlK-tte 


73702 .S. 


A nila 


.5*. f l:0ti? 


Last 


K-3 


105 9 9 


9 P) 


10'“lFinn 


Col. Bob, 


t:. w. 



Weight today 92. 
B. Brigade. La Fayette. T. Calhoun. 
A’addo, Bertha E.. Birdslayer. 
Masejuerade, HastyAgiies. Financier 
Apple Tixldy, Joyful Lady. Risk. 

. Weight today 92. 

Sparkles. S|s>lin, Biirne.v Oldth'ld. 
.Montelair. Tli. Flyer. Bardolita. 



BETH GOODWIN, ch. f, 3, by Holstein — Perversity (Hughes Bros.). 



74.5.59 l.,<'\inRtiin 
744:17 Lexington 
7094(1 la-xington 
70095 I .art on la 



.5', f 1:1 IJ hvy 6 94 11 

2 4 1:19* hvy 4 93J 2 

5-8 1:02 fast 3 112 1 

5-8 1 :05g hvy 112 7 



Weight today 90. 
:ii ::''i K (Irillin Estella C., Toddyllodge, CaroIynB. 

li 2’ R Critliii lilvoreee. Halbert. Clifton Forge. 

3h Pieratt Dora Neff. Ansonta, Melzar. 

3' 3*1 L WllllamsCoIonel Boh, Cloyne, Dunvegan. 



RICKEY, b. g, 5, by Greenan — Limee (W. J, Donohue). 



71.559 Li'Xington 51 f 1:11* hvy 



744.X.5 1.,-xiiigton 



I 1:15 g<sid 6 



74207 F.tlrounds 7 8 1:27* fast 30 



Limee (W. J. Donohue). Weight today 104. 

mil (> 6 (I (1 tl' (i'*i\' Powers Ladv Vie, I.a F:\vetle. Hazel Paleli 

los 4 8 8 S* 7'> Piek. ns RslellaC., T. Hodge, B. (i.H)dwin. 

lixi 1 :i 4 71 7*-lV Powers Sir Vagrant, .Mat. .Maek. .Mary urr. 

110 5 4 7 7 99 8*i .1 Baker ('liftonForge, KoyalBen, Noynarler 



CHANCELLOR, b. g, 4, by Oddfellow — Leonatus mare No. 2 (L. J. Kuss). 



Weight today 101. 



7462V 


l.iiuisville 


f 1;07* hvy 


i:!2 


S S 


s 


8 


S’® 


-A 


Morgan 


Gold|irix)f, Dainty Dame, Hence 


74206 


F.tiionnds 


7-S 1:26* Lust 


60 


1o7 V2 11» VI 


12 


12 


12” 


AV 


arreii 


.AHss Strome. Spion, Ben IXmble. 


73S6;t 


City I'ark 


.3 4 1:17* mud 


30 


3 r» 


5 


7 


71® 


V 


Powers 


Kealor, Goldproof, Ralbert. 


7.3719 City Park 


7-8 1:26 fa.st 


40 




3 


3® 


3'* 


V 


I’owers 


K.’sDanghter, L. Eater, tlkentte. 


JOE 


M’CARTHY, 


b. c, 3, by 


McD owell — Plot 


(E. 


Fry). 






Weight today 1 



757:;x (•if.vP.uk 1 i n; l:0;.l fast O-' 



72.527 F.< Iroiinds 
7l<;.x5 l.atonia 
71627 I.sitonia 



3 4 1:14* fast loO loT 7 

3-4 1:22* hvy 5 lo4i 4 3 5 3“X 5* .1 Lee R. T. Shipp, Tini Kellv, Financier. 

3-11:19* hvy 9 5 !Kt 3 3 3 3’ 3’ Piekeiis R. T. .Shipp, Sevenis, Peoria, 

h, 5, by Orlando — Hanna Bell (J. Eyerman). Weight today 107. 

M 1:22* mud 20 Ins 6 8 8 S x'^tv Powers Marvel P., Merrick, P.onehrake. 

r X 1 ;::6t mud 15 112 4 3 3 4 6* 7'‘j.D Doland Belllisme, St. Noel. Deaeon. 

1 4 1:19 hvy 15 li:t 1 5 5 6’ 5* V 1‘owers .Merrick, Ualhert. Duleinea. 

by Tithonus — Windemere (J. H. Nichols). Weight today 92. 

, f l;Io mud :!n itxl 7 6 6 7 .5-’l.I Butler BiddpriMif. .Vpaelie, TiHply IliMlge. 

-S l::l6.rlivy 19 96 6 2 2 2 3’ Franklin Sam Clay, Bihson. Wilhiwdene. 

; 4 1:19* hvy 15 99 4 5 7 7 7’® F Burton Divore<'e, Beth ChKshvin, Kalhert. 

t 1:08* fast 2* 100 1 11 1< 1« C H ShiPgOrlandot. Pointer, Arlin. 

f. 4. by Sir Hercules — Proposal (W. G. King-Dodds) Weight today 102. 



X 11 11 12 12-’®iW R W’erWater ('<sdor. Lady .\hny. Czar. 

10 10 99 !P‘i.I W M’h.vHasly.V.gnes, RjiluTay lor, 'J'lieTliorn 



STONER HILL, b. h, 5, by Orlando — Hanna Bell (J. Eyerman). 



71711 Lalonia 2-4 1:22* nun 
716(s; Latmii.'i 7 X 1 ;::6t »un 

716n:i l..;iti>nia 3 4 1:19 hvy 

ARDIS, hr. c, 3. by Tithonus 
74671 Louisville 5*. f l;Io imnl 
74.5X6 l.K-\ington 7-S 1 ::i6.r hvy 
74427 Lexington 3 4 1:19* hvy 
71045 Lexingt(m 5i t 1:08* fast 
ANNA SCOTT, b. f. 4. by Sii 
715x6 l.i Xiiigton 7 X 1:26.^ hvy 6 

744x6 Lexington 2 4 1:14 good 40 

74112 I.exittglon 5i f 1:11* mud 20 



715x6 l.i Xiiiglon 7 X 1:::6.^ hvy 6 In:’ 5 5 6 6 6’ 7'-’i.l P.iiker 

744x6 Lexington 2 4 1:14 good 40 101 4 5 7 S' 8" .1 Baker 

74112 Lexington 5i f 1 :11* mud 20 pMii 5 2 2 2' ,3« .1 Baker 

74226 ]'•. Hr' nils 11-8 1:55 fast 20 Inl 4 13 5 ILJ 11=< C. Swain 

LORIMER, ch. c, 3, by Cactus II. — Rose Tree II. (E. Corrigan). 
7411.5 K.(:i'..ttttils 2 1 1:1 Is fast 16 ln.5 1 5 1 .59 s'" W Ult 

7409:1 F.Croitnds 3 4 1:14 fast 20 112 6 5 7 S’ S"* <; Swain 

7:19:17 Cilv 1 'ark .5.5 f 1:07* fast 10 lOT 5 3 3 39 4' W (Mt 

73792 ( ’it. V Park 7 8 1 :29* good 15 110 5 3 5 11 14 14-'=5\V Ott 

SNAKE MARY, b. f, 3. b.y Sorcerer — Minnie Alphonse (W. Grater). 
745x1 l...'Xittgtott :i 1 1:19* ity.v 12 I'Ki 4 1 1 1.'. .e II \Vim«1 

744:16 Isxittglon 3 4 1:19 hvy 4 lii7 2 1 2 2' '2’ W ott 

7i:i47 l,.al.mia 5* f 1:09 good 20 ItiO 12 11 10 lOJ 11” .1 Is-e 



7i:i47 l,ai<mia 
71225 I.:itonia 



8 1:01* fast 20 



Satn Clay. Bihsoit, .\rdis. 

Merrick, I.ady .\tttt<‘. llarnsdale. 
Natasha, Liz. .McLean, Harold D. 
Carew, Cttrsus, .Mazonla. 

Weight today 104. 
ttrlandot, .\pple Toddy, .Toy fttll.ady 
Bess Ward. Ida May. Caitada. 
Wausau. Risk. Bess VVaiil. 

T«‘ralt, Lady Almy, Our Boy. 

Weight today 94. 
Teralt. Motptetle, Maei.-ts. 

Darknight. Mai Couria, Ix. Shme. 
1’. VlewHelle, E. Brown, Cath’rineF. 



4* 5»5 R Martin Hasty Agnes, Divorcee. VasatttH. 



ROWER, br. g, 6, by Rousseau — Lulette (M. C. Moore), 



<15x6 l.exinglott 
7-;.56:i I,e.xiitgion 
744X5 Lexitigion 
715417 Lalonia 



7 X I :;i6r' hvv 20 
1 1:17* hvy •25 
3 4 1:15 good 20 
3-4 1:15* fast 50 



M. C. Moore), Weight today 99. 

7 7 7" 6".U f'ottttelly Satti Clay, (lihsott, .\nlis. 

9 9 9 9('” .T Connoli.vSt.Valeittitie, .M.-tryOrr, H.PitIch. 

4 2 25 6” .1 Bitker Sir Vagrant. .Mat. Maek, .Mar.v Orr. 

11 11 10' 11” Foy DticltessOllie, Dappletiold, BertOsra 



THIRD RACE — 3-4 Milo, 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (Sepleitther 24, 188.3—1:13 — 5 — 121.) 

THOMAS CALHOUN, b. c, 3. by Knight of the Thistle— Tantalize (A. Weber), Weight today 92, 

74652 l.ouis\ ilP- 1 1:45* hvy 16 5 pc; 11 5 4 3 2' P5 V I'owers Ixing^x.XMin. RdKaiie. Mar. Randolph. 



745.XX Lexington 118 2:it2* hvy 3 



Buck. Brigade, KatiePowers. Nancy 



74140 I.exinglon 


1 


1 :4S hvy 6 


97 6 7 


7 


6 


3“ 


3® -A Morgan 


Bucket Brigade, l.aF.ayette.Oriaudot 


73912 City Park 


3-4 


1:1.5* good 10 


100 6 




5 


51 


C" Sumter 


.AHss Mazzoul, Banrlda, Apt. 


FINANCIER, ch. 


c, 


3, by Box — 


Paradiso Won (H. 


R. 


Baker). 


Weight today 95. 


711.29 lsniis\ille 


t 


1:17“ hvv ti’. 


ih; :: 


1 


1 


1 = 


1'* H Marti n 


AA’ar. Griswidl. Divorcee, EstellaC. 


742J4 F. ( i rounds 


3 1 


1:12* fast 17 


103 2 


6 


(; 


1; 


6‘“',C llenrv 


I'rizelte. Erontenae, Come On Sam. 


741X3 F.Grounds 


3-4 


1 :14* good 5* 


105 5 


4 


3 


.3’ 


3’ S Flynn 


Mas<iuerade, Hasty.Agnes, Orlandot 


73814 City I’ark 


7-8 


1:27* fast 3 


95 2 3 


3 


2 


2' 


2'i E Dugan 


.Merrick, Royal Onyx. Posing. 



ETHEL CARR. ch. f, 3, by Bannockburn — Gertrude Elliott (W. A. 



7422.5 F.Cr’nds 1 1-16 1:48 fast 60 in.5 

74041 F.Orounds 5* f 1 :08 fast 40 102 

7:i99(i F.Orounds 5i f 1:07* fast 100 105 

73X62 City Park 3-4 1:18* mud 25 104 



5' 10'’5F Biirloii 
3‘i 8"i Koseii 
5’ 5’i Liet»ert 
4* 6*i L Smith 



SHIPP, b. g, 3, by Rutkin II. — Caloocan (W. H. Fixer). 



74.5.59 I.s xington 55 f 1:11* hvy 2* 1055 1 1 4 9’ 10” Minder 

744:>8 Is-xington 1 1:47 hvy 5 101 1 1 5 5 4' 5”5Minder 

74:!SX I.s-xington 7J f 1::!4 fast 8-6 95 1 4 6 4 4'® 3’J J Butler 

POTTER, b. h, 7, by Masetto — Porcelain (C. V. Mueller). 

7KiX4 l.atonia 3 1 1:20* hvy 25 Pi9 1 2 2 2‘5 4“5 'rro\h>r 

7I.'4:9 Lalonia .3 4 1:14“ fast 40 110 3 5 9 10' ll”5Troxler 

714x1 laitonia 3-4 1:14* fast 40 112 10 10 10 10 ]0=“ Farrow 

LITTLE GEORGE, b. g, 4, by Boanerges — Africa (J. P, Bernard). 



741:29 l.iiuisville :; 1 1:17* hvy .56 la.5.5 6 6 7 7’ 7® Warren 

744x6 Lexington :i-l 1:14 good 40 1H55 3 4 5 5’ 5" Warren 

7I4S4 Windsor 5* f 1:09 fast a 106 6 5 3 39 5’J Moriarity 

71452 Windsor 3-4 1:14* fast 3 107 2 2 6 6* 7® Moriarity 

VANSEL, b. c, 3, by Handsel — Vandora (M. Ording). 

74244 F.Or’n.ls 1 116 1:48 fast .50 95 12 i:i 13 13 13 11=9 C Henry 

74'jot F.Or'nds ImTO.v 1:44 fast 200 lol.*. 6 3 3 6 6 6==lPiekeim 

74145 F.Orounds 3-4 1:14* fast 30 110 10 13 12 11’ ll'»5Nlcol 

74067 F.Orounds 6* f 1:07* fast 50 lo5 12 12 13 13’ i:!=’l.T Baker 

MISS K. O. B., ch. f, 4. by Woolsthorpe — Fragrance (M. C. Moore). 
61.513 I'oug. Pk. 5.5 f 1 :"x? good 1(10 9x 4 4 4 7’ X'®5.8coville 

6'2:::;o I/oiiisville I-2 19* goo.l Phi ]o 5 15 15 15 15== I) Boland 



FOURTH RACE — Short Course. Steeplechase. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. (.5797 1 -2 1.8- 
S -1.5(1. I 



IMPERTINENCE. J>. f. 4. by Intruaiye— Dot S. (O. C. Bennett). 

746::2 l.oiiisv le I 1-16 1 :.52* hvy 7o I07 5 5 6 9 13 13”5F Burton 
^3SS6 City H-ark R C 3:08 slow 3* i:{5 6 4 4 2 P> a' 5 K(H'hler 

73X10 City Park S C 2:57* Last 8 133 9 2 2 4 6'® 6'»5Koe>hIer 

73141 F.Orounds :$-4 1:20* hvy 10 101 5 9 8 7' 8'»4Suinler 

CHARFIELD, th. g, 5, by Bassetlaw — No Name II. (W. Gerst). 
7165^5 Louisville ,8C3:17 hvv 55 i::5 7 11 1 ::=® 3'’ .Sohell 

(»116 City Park F C 3:54 fast 144 1 1 1 1 1= 3’ Boyle 

6X07X City Park ,S C 2:.59 fast 134 2 1 1 1 1’ 1» Boyle 

C802I City I'ark S C 3:02* fair 131 6 Lost rider. Garlc 

WATERWAY, b. g. 5. by Waterlcvel — Runaway (H. Flippen). 

746.5.5 I.ouis\ ille S C 3:17 hvy X- 5 115 5 2 :i 4 2' 2'“ tx MeCl.-jin 

73:!70 City Park S C 3:00* fast 2 147 5 lx>st rider. S McClain 

7:::!50 city Park F C 4:00 good 3* 143 8 5 5 2 1* 1' S McClain 

7:!293 City Park S C 3:17* hvy 3J 140 2 4 2 2 1® 1'® S MoClain 

FILLER, br. g, 6, by Pirate of Penzance — Fleika (0. Hak). 

7:!xm; ( •it V Park S C 3:08 slow 2.5 i:!5 1 3 3 4 4’ 3=i McKin’v 

7.3SIO Cilv Park .8 <' 2:.57g fa.st .50 135 7 S 7 7 7* "’".'.Simpson 

7;!772 City Park S 1^ 2:.58 fast 40 I'Hi 1 9 7 6 5' 5'® Simp.son 

7ICS3 Igitonia 1 1-8 2:05 hvy 60 IdC 4 2 3 4 4’ 5'"lS'lesinger 

TOWNES, h. h, 5. by Star Ruby — Miss Motley (W. S. Laird). 

74655 I.Hi(iisville hvy 210 i:'..5 I Itefused. T>-guilIe 

641(72 FI. Erie 1 1-4 2:07 fast lo ,X9 S 4 4 7 .55 5” Oaugel 

64(1.31 Ft. Erie 1 1:42* slop 20 91 7 4 6 6 Guk 4"'5Ptn’gast 

BERTEL. 

First start. 



::=® 3'’ .Sohell 
1= 3’ Boyle 
1’ 1’ Boyle 
(r. Garlc 



7* 7=".5Simpson 
5' 5‘® .Sinip.son 
4’ 5'"iS'lesinger 



FIFTH RACE — 7-8 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. (08894 — 1:25* — 5 — 109.) 



71244 l.atonia 


5* f 1 :12* hvy 


30 


1(1.5*10 


10 


10 


10® 


10®«*Grifmh 


691.32 Chur. Downs 4 1-2 f 5C| slow 100 14 




14 


13’ 13” V Powers 


6884.3 Chur. Downs 4 1-2 f 55* 


fast 


97 4 




5 


7 


7'**G Swain 


ST, MAGNET, b 


. c, 3, by Sorcerer- 


—Lady J, 


. (E. 


H. Reed). 


74559 Lexington 


5.® f 1:11* hvy 


30 


91 5 


4 


9 


•7.A 


8*® Ellenor 


71045 I.s?xington 


5A f 1:08* fast 


20 


100 3 


3 


2 


7* 


8”iJas Hicks 


71014 I..exlngton 


5-8 1:02 fa.st 


15 


110 1 


4 


6 


6' 


'7*1 Jas Hicks 


70979 I^cxington 


5-8 1:02 fast 


20 


106 10 


9 


6 


6i 


8'* Sklrvln 



B. F. Guthrie entr.v — Sh;irp Point and T'sur.v. 

SIXTH RACE— 1 Mile, 4-year-oIds and upward. Selling, 



Gallilco, OrdoDO, Addas. 



(41879.'i— 1 :.T9i!— 31— 9 : 5 . ) 



dUAOOA, b. e, 4. by Dunganren — Xallapa (F. M. Arthur). 

74656 lyouisv’le 1 1-16 1 :.57 hvy 17-20 100 2 7 5 4 2* 2'® Ellenor 

74415 Les'gton 1 1-16 1:52| mud 2* 107 5 1 1 1 1« 1* .1 Lee 

74366 Lexington 1 1:42 good 7 104 2 5 5 4 4® 4’i Ellenor 

74124 F.ar’ods 1 3-16 2:00t fast 3-2 107 3 2 2 2 2’ 3® Hotter 



CREEL, b. h, 6. by Woolatborpe— Extra (E. Corrigan). Weight today 107. 

746.32 Ixmisv’le 1 1-16 1:.52* hvy 22 KH 11 13 13 13 10’ Ott Mortlboy, Nnney, Bucket Brigade. 

74072 F.Or’nds 1 1-16 1:47* fast 3 111 5 3 2 3 6’ 6’* Nlcol TeoBeaeh. Fnniculaire. J. Simpeon. 

73968 City Park 1 1-4 2:(i6* fast 6 103J 1 5 5 3 3* 2'J W’ Ott Quagga, Doubt. Belle Scott. 

73891 City I’ark 1 1-8 1:58* slow 1 102 1 4 3 3 3' 2® W Ott J. McBride, K. Powers, Dr..McCluer. 

PLANTLAND b. g, 6, by Orlando— IPlanteas (W. H. Fixer). Weight today 107. 

71«:i_l I.ouis\'ille 1 l:l.j* hvy 4J 94 4 5 5 3 :J9 4'=i.\ Morgan Polly Prim, The Miuks. Wing Ting. 

74415 Lex’gton 1 1-16 1:52* mud 2) 108 2 4 3 3 3’ 3‘® Minder tjiiagga, .Mortlboy, Sir Vagrant. 

74018 F.Gr’nds lm70y 1:44* fast 20 108 7 2 1 1 59 6«4 Minder Monslgnor, Jack WUt. ArrowSwlft. 

73863 City Park 3-4 1:17* mud 2 110 6 6 7 5'J 5» Minder Kcator, Goldproof, Ralbert. 

GREAT, b. g, 5, by Great Bend — Good Enough (MoB. Moore). Weight today 102. 

.4464 I>-x^gton 1 1-16 1:51* slow 20 111 S 5 5 4 3‘J :!■’'* Troxler I.a Favette. Katie Powers. IKniht. 

74440 I> xington 1 1:48 hvy 15 108 8 8 8 8 O' 6=* J Baker Bue.Brigade, LaFavette, T.Calhoun 

74:niO I.ex’gton 1 1-16 1:49 fa.st 20 106 4 4 3 3 15 C=J J Lee L. .Maefarlan. Doubt, La Favette. 

71489 Windsor I 1-16 1:48* fast 3 105 12 13 13 13 12* 12’* Moreland Harmakis, Jnn.Imp, K.oftlieValley 

DR. M’CLUER, b. g, 6, by Gorolstein — Misfortune (H. Clark). Weight today 107. 

7:!S91 City Piuk f*l -8 1 :5SJ slow 2J 115 4 2 4 4 4 4’*1 .1 Lee J. McBride. Creel. KatiePowers. 

,:«1 » I ’ity Park 7-8 1:27* fast 25 liiS 6 7 7 7 6’1 6”U Lee Merrick. Flnaneier, Royal onyx. 

7:!412 CltyPark 1 1-16 1:50* good 9 107 1 4 4 4 4® 4'®iA Martin Alma Dufoiir, Douna, Ace High. 

7:{36i> City Park 1 1-8 1:57* g(x>d 16 102 3 5 5 6 5* 6® Kohn Juggler, Alma Dufour, Donna. 

BAN ARDO, ch. c, 4, by The Greek — Typhoon (A. W. Perrin). Weight today 106. 

746:12 I..misv-le 1 1-16 1:52* hvy 230 pix 7 10 10 11 11® ll’*JNeuhert Mortilaiy. Nnney. Bucket Brigade. 

74226 F.Or’nds 1 1-8 1:55 fast 30 106 9 3 2 3 3 ' 8” Hiiestis Carew, Cttrsus, Mazoiiiu. 

74188 F.Or nds 1 3-16 2:01* good 15 Imij 112 2 2= 3= 1) Riley Druid. Terniis. John McBride. 

74042 F.Orounds 3-4 1:14 fast 40 121 8 7 6 9= 9'®iKermath Csnada, Earl’s Court, Big Ben. 

GEORGE BAILEY, ch. g, 4, by What-er-lou — Signora (J. U. Strode). Weight today 103. 

TIC.'.6 Liiuisv le 1 1 16 1 ;.5T hvy 21 5 lit! S 5 6 6 5® 5'= W Ott Camille. Quagga-. Canopian. 

74188 F.Or’nds 1 3-16 2:01* good 40 107 5 6 7 5 .59 gi4 f Burton Druid, Ternus. Kan Ardo. 

741-23 F.Gr’nds 1 3-16 2:01* fast 25 99 3 It) 10 10 10® U)'«JBllac Coruscate, Ix>rd Dixon. El fall. 

7886a CltyPark 1 1-16 1 :54* mud 8 107 5 8 5 1 1® 1® Mlmh-r Tern’s Rod, La Fayette, Suffice. 



JAVANESE, b. 0 . 4, by My Boy II.— Java (M. Ording) 

79)75 lamisv’Ie 1 1-16 1:54^! mud 7.5 KtS 444 r, 



741X8 F.Gr’nds 1 3-16 2:01* good 20 I'KJ 
74123 F.Gr’nds 1 3-16 2:01* fast 40 97 

74072 F.C.r’nds 1 1-16 1:47* fast 30 104 

7:!940 City I’ark 7-8 1:28 fast 30 110 

PERCY GREEN, b. g, 6, by Sir Waite: 
6S91X Chur. Itowns .S C 2:5(i* good 125 
6865:t Chur. Downs S t! 2:59 hvy 142 
67494 Oaklawn 1 1:4-2* fast l"9i 



7 7 7 6’1 li'®?..I Lee Merrick. Flnaneier, Royal Onyx. 

4 4 4 4® 4'®iA Martin Alma Dufour, Douna, Ace High. 

5 5 6 5* 6® Kohn Juggler, Alma Dufour, Donna, 

oon (A. W. Perrin). Weight today 106. 

10 10 11 11® 11” JNeuhert Mortilio.v. Nnney. Bucket Brigade. 

3 2 3 3' 8” Hiiestis Carew, Cttrsus, Mazoiiiu. 

1 2 2 2= 3= 1) Rile.v Druid. Ternus, John McBride. 

7 6 9= 9'®iKermath Canada, Earl’s Court, Big Ben. 

lou— Signora (J. U. Strode), Weight today 103, 

5 6 6 5® 5'= W Ott Camille. Quagga-. Canopian. 

107 5 6 7 5 .59 8'® F Burton Druid, Ternus. Km Ardo. 

99 3 It) 10 10 10® 10”JBllac Coruscate, I»rd Dixon, El fall. 

107 5 8 5 1 1® 1® Mimh-r Tern’s Rod, La Fayette, Suffice. 

(M. Ording). Weight today 106. 

4 4 5 *5® 5=' Warren S.vnchron’d.W.Oriswell.S. Valentine. 

8 9 9 7' 5'® Rrunnon Druid. Ternus, S'an Artlo. 

9 7 7 7* 9'®JBrannon Coruscate, I.a>rd Dixon, Elfall. 

8 8 8 9 8'®iJ Baker TeoBeaeh, Fitnlculalre. J. Simpson. 

11 10 10 84 7” J Baker Grenade. Gild, King Cole. 

Beoaio V. C. fM, Oaebnor). Weight today 102. 

5 5 4 5=® 5==4<T Taylor Kilhloe, Naran. Graeeland. 

4 4 4 4* 4=® C Taylor Full of Fun, Pete Vinegar. Magic. 



I'KJ 118 9 9 

97 6 9 7 7 

104 9 8 8 8 

110 11 11 10 10 



•5® 5=' Warren 
7' 5'® Brannon 
7* 9'®JBrannon 
9 8'®iJ Baker 

84 7” J Baker 



Weight today 108. 
Camille. Canopian. Lalior. 

Mortllioy-. i’lantland. Sir Vagrant. 
Beau Brummel, C-onvoloi Mortlboy. 
Gilpin. Lady Either, Quagga. 





First Race — 5-8 


Mile. 










:: year nil 


s. Selling. 










(Track record; 


7'2(4stl - 


“is?—: 


lo,t;.) 






Tnd. 


Horses. 


1 




A. Wt. 


Hi 


ep. 


7411(1 


Merritt Buxton. 






!>7 






71.5C.1 


Iteniardo 






!l.5 


. X 


720 


740;::! 


.Aliliev 


1 


01 






71. 5 


71117 


Ell Davis 


1 


021 


110 


. X 


71. 5 


71417 


Gaga 


1 


"U 


07 


. X 


715 


741 1 1 


I nele Sam 


1 


01 = 




. X 


710 


7 IKK 


Black Domino . 






!K"| 




710 




I’lineess Louise 


1 


:«2l 


i).5 




710 


740.52 


.Alir.iliam 






107 




705 


7::tk; 


St. Cliarles .... 






107 




7(81 


Tims 


Karodo 


1 


;02 


118) 




7(8) 




Soinilto, b. g. liv 


Alta- 












max Sonomis 






92 








Second Race — 3-4 


Mile 










:! vear oil 


s. Selling. 










Track r(‘conl: 72047—1 


111 — 


.3—103.) 






71 ('.OS’ 


I’aias 


1 


15* 


101 


• X 




* 


Tintiawav 


1 


1 1 


10:! 




720 


(7I(;.'!.5) 


.Montclair 


1 


i;:* 


11. 5 


. X 


715 


T.'ITTO 


Be 'TliankfnI .. 


1 


1.5 


102 


• X 


7 1.5 


74.5(;i'i’ 


San 






PK 




710 


(7 4.56 4) 


’Tali<‘ii 






1*S 




710 


74.5 4;! 


Expectant 






!)S 




710 


V 4 


land I'iligraiK' . 


1 


:ll* 


10.5 


. X 


705 


74:71 


I’alriotle 






101 




7o.”i 


7i;;!).5 


Bonlieiir 






US 


. X 


70.5 


7 1564 


Jeanette AA'. ... 






10;! 




7<NI 


4....2S 


.Siglillv 






100 


• X 


TtHI 



Tnd. 


Horses. 


Rec. 


A. 


AVI. 


Hdcp. 


71611 


Milpitas 




4. 


.lOS. 


. . . 74r. 


7421«» 


Como 


1:11 


4. 


. 1«)5. 


. X70.5 


7 no;! 


Brian Born 




" . 


. ION. 


. . .7(8) 


711 1.5 


Sea l.ad 




.5. 


. los. 


. X7(8) 



6865:i (’bur. Downs S C 2:59 hvy 142 6 4 4 4 4* 4=® C Taylor Full of Fun, Pete Vinegar' Magic 

67494 Oaklawn 1 1:42* fast 1094 8 12 7 5 13’ 12'» A’buvhon Little Rose, Wooltessa, R. Nolen. 

Li^OR, ch. g, 10. by Montana — The Task (C. S. Meddis). Weight today 102 

, tli.iO Louisx’le I 1 16 1 :,i7 hvy 1.0 PiX :i 1 1 1 ::ii 4” tloos.e Caniille, Quagga. Canopian. 

64.;i7 l.alonia 1 1:43 good 12 I09 1 6 Pulled up. W B’h.ananTlieFngllshmaii.R. Thistle, Toboegan 

64;;..a Liloiii.-I 7 S Iimd 7 lot 3 3 4 4 2' 2' W B’han.anPlilora. I’lrate’sDame, CarolineW. 

Oakland Entries and Past Performances for Eriday, IVlay 8. 

WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 

OAKLAND ENTRIES. Tnd. Horses. R('c. A. Wt. Hdcp 

Racing starts at 1 ;4ii p. m. ICIiicngo time, :i: Kl.) olm,’/'*'' i-ii 4 ' ' ‘ ' '-ir -p- 

X Runs well in mud. 0Siipei ior tmid rtmiier. 7l"i;i;; Brian Ihlni .5 'Ion Till 

First Race — 5-8 Mile, 7111.5 Sea l.ad 5. . Itis. . X7is 

(Track ■«, 

' 2-year-olds. Iluiidieap. 

Iii'L Horses. U'ce. .\. Wt. Hdep. (Track record: 72oMt .5.sp. .! iPS.) 

74(11! Merritt Buxton !»7 725 7IH!» WooDL.VNDKU 100..X7’2.' 

715i;t P.cinardo !t5..X72ti 7l('.il’ .Mozart lo5....72l 

74ti.::! .Milny 1:01 !t.5....7L5 t744!(|( (tce.-m Gin eii . . . h. . . . 1 :oO! 10.5... 711 

71117 Fd Davis 1:02* 110..X715 7l(X>!i= Frieze 1:01= !»!♦ "It 

71417 Gaga l:ol* :iT..XT15 74540 Aks-Ar Iteii Imlii ss”!!7u; 

741 II Cnele Sam 1:01= '.t7..X710 TI02t» M.-iIh I Fountain S5. . . .Ttt; 

TIlos P.laek Domino '.I5....710 742ii'.t Narrator S7..xTOi 

741%^ Al.raVi'm/'^ lir"""/.- Fifth Race— 1 1-16 Miles. 

7"7ld St Cli ii-les IP" --(mI 4 year-olds and upward. S.-lling. 

4..*n* < hai 10* ('rnirk riTiir.l r/riSn l-l*; i •?» i 

THUS 1:02 MK . . .liHi J \\ > 

Sonalto, h. g. hv Alta- ' "f: ■■,■.•!•.• 1^. ‘-■ 

max 92 ii',’;’* ‘ ' ' . . . lOti . . X 72( 

I 4420 t oi k Hill I . . 1 lo. . X 7L 

Second Race — 3-4 Mile. Tio:!! Ralph Young 1:47 7..1 I4..X7L 

:: year olds. Selling. 74(2!4= Hi Col Cap 1:4S S. . 1 1 1 . . . .71: 

(Track rin-onl: 72047—1:11= — .3 — 103.) 74ih!7 Jolmstowii 1:46? 5..I14..X7H 

7IC.0S= Poas 1:15> 101..X725 74612 'l arp 1:47* 5. . lo4 . . X 7K 

T45(->6-’ Tnrnaway 1:14 lo:!....72o T45IX C.-italiin- 7..1II..XTO! 

(7I6.!5) .Montclair 1:1:!* 1I5..X7I5 74465 Banhie 5. . liiit. . y 7ii: 

T::T7o Be Thankful 1:15' 102..X715 7 12s6 K,,! R.ymird 6..I1I..X7 im 

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Sixth Race — 1 Mile. 
4-ypar-olds and upward. Allowances. 
(Track rceonl: Ctiioi — 1 :.’:.x= 1 95.) 



Third Race — Futurity Course. 

(ITo feet less than :!-4 mile.) 
4-year-oIds and it|)ward. Allowanees. 
(Ti-aek record: 71M7— I :0sJ— 2— 99. ) 



Kirwanl. Weight today 87. 

Ilostilellyphen. W. Broom, Kil Kane 
Bess Ward, S. Rossmore, R. Queen 
•Masquerade, Earl’sCourt, R. Qiieeu 
M. Hamilton, T. Calhoun, Banridu. 

Weight today 89. 
EstellaC., ToddyIlo<lge, B.Go<Hlvvln. 
^rtihoy. lavtns Eater, Macias. 
I^piette, Heine, Toddy Hodge. 

Weight today 109. 
Ralbert. Free Hooter, Javanese. 
Director. .Mrship. Nifo. 

Heine, .Stoner Hill, 'Toboggan. 

Weight today 101. 
Financier. War.Griswell, Divorcee. 
.Merrick. Lady .\mic. llarnsdale. 
Meddle. Boy, SweetKitly. Hancock. 
ti.Kluiball, Florentine, G.MaeBride. 

Weight today 92. 
Dick Redd, lVis<- Hand, Bt'witcheil. 
Lotus Eater, Jack IVUt, .Monslgnor. 
Orlaiidot. .4pph> 'Toddy, JoyfiilLady 
Pneasy, Api>le Ttvldy, Tartar Maid. 

Weight today 94. 
/.inl'andel. Marmorcaii. .Sainrida. 
Camille, Kilith .\L, Snlii. 



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the best tiiiK' made by the horse at tlu‘ dislanee 
since January 1, I'MKJ. 



LATEST PERFORMANCES OF HORSES ENTERED TODAY. 

FIRST RACE — 5-8 Mile. 3-year-olds. Selling, (720S9 — 5S* — .3 — ) 



Index Cour.se DistTimeT’ekOdds Wt St '4 =4 % StrPIn Jockeys Best Company. 

MERRI’TT BUXTON, b. g, 3, by Kismet — My Badge (Antrim Stable), Weight today 97. 

i I4jii I laklainl 1 l:t2 t.ast 2o In'.i X 4 6 Fi-ll. .Manders Jen*miah. San (>Im<», St. Kihla. 

HI..6 o-akland oS 59* Last lOO 91 9 7 7 7' 8'’iBuxton Si IverSloeking. Cruzados. C. Widow 

>2666 Oakland 5-8)l:0.{ slow 30 lot) 2 2 7 8 8®= Bori-l Smiley Cort»ett, B.-trdonia, G.slves. 

BERNARDO, b. f, 3, by Cactua II. — Autoharp (M. J. Daly). Weight today 95. 

.1..64 o-aklan.l ..t f 1:08 Last 3 1 112 9 X S 7' S"'Uih» CarroIlTalien, Fern I... Zoe Young. 
i4.i.!0 Oakland 3 4 1:13* fa.st 5* 91 7 2 2 I'J 2’ A Walsh .Martinmas, Vinton, Calla. 

7a iS4 Oakland 3-4 1:14* fast 1'2 87 6 2 2 2“i‘ 8® Buxton Illlgert, Zellna, Seasick. 

ABBEY, b. f, 3, by Peep o’Day — Abbey Dell (W. Cahill). Weight today 95. 

It!!);! 51 f 1:07* fa.st 41 !i2 1 12 2= 4’ Biixlon .I.A. Murray. Handmaiden. Sevorlon. 

OaklaiKi K C l:l0i fast 12 li 2 3 4**k O^Ulluxton Ta\v;ispnlhn. Aih*ua, 

73746 Oakland 51 f 1 :06* fa.st 6J 102 3 1 1 li 4= .1 Butler Boas, Dareington. Wap. 



7:{ST3 Oakland 
73746 Oakland 



Weight today 128. 
.Mortihoy. N.aney, Bucket Brigade. 
Moongold, Filler, I’lickmnn. 

Dr. Logan, (’.old Circle, Dario. 
Workmald, Black .Manlilla, Etrena. 

Weight today 135. 

B. Holiday. Waterway. CoalB.Lady. 
Creolln, Lights Out, Kara. 

Lights Out. Proiltubie, Fairy Flush. 
Peter Beeker, Saul, Twenty Shot. 

Weight today 145. 
11. Holiday, Charficld. CoalP.’ckl.ady 
K.Ridgeley. S.Hoffh’mer, C.B. I.ady 
Dr. H<‘:ird, Profitable. Fairy Flush. 

C. BIackLady, F. Flush, Sandcatcher. 

Weight today 128. 
M<M)iigold. Impi'rtinence, Biickinan. 
Dr. I.ogan. Gold Circle, Dario. 
.Mc.\llist(*r. Moongold, Galt. 

'The Clansman, Jungle Imp, Quagga 
Weight today 12.5. 
Bank Holiday. Waterway. Cliarfiehl 
ReiiiicsI. ,lo«‘ Levy, Rliinock. 

Little .Mac, Gauze, His|iiest. 

Weight today 125. 



ED DAVIS, b. g, 3, by Kismet — Juanita (C. C. McCafferty). 

74417 thiklan.l 3 4 1:13* fa.st 15 99 1 4 4 4"i Buxton I 

7430S Oakland lm20y 1:42 fa.st 8 94 9 3 4 2 23 6"1 Gilbert 1 

74229 Oakland 5J f 1:08 fast 40 9S 5 6 6 3'* 2»x Buxton f 

GAGA, b. g, 3, by Lissak — Combination (J. W. Blalock). 

THIT Oakland 3-4 1:13* fast :!(i0 96 9 7 9 9= 9=-'' Cadmon I 

73088 S. Anita 5* f 1:08 fast 10 101 J 9 8 8 9= 9'«iMusgr’ ve t 

72X.59 S. Anita 5-8 1:01* slop 15 104 5 5 5 5* 5»* Marty I 

UNCLE SAM, ch. c, 3, by Yankee Doodle— Wrinkles (F. J. Neil). 
74111 tlakland 5J f 1:08* fast 6 Ki'.i 4 4 7 8* S” E Lynch 

729t)8 Oakland 5* f 1:11* hvy 15 110 7 4 6 4®!' 9'®.4Cole’s 8 

72883 Oakland 5* f 1 :10* slop 20 103 7 4 3 3* 6'®'Coles I 

BLACK DOMINO, blk. f, 3, by Ethelbert— Dorotheo (C. H. Greenfield). 
741»)S Oakland F C 1:11 fast 100 101 .5 2 2 2(>k 4®} Vand’sen 

7:1224 ,S. Anita 3-4 1:14* fast 15 106 8 5 4 8' 10'’*W Mcln’rel 

73031 S. Anita 5-8 1:03* slop 15 112 5 8 8 6' 6'= Buxton I 



K. J. Daly). Weight today 95. 

5 7' S'"*JiH» CarroIlTalien, Fern I... Zo<- Young. 

2 I'J 2’ A Walsh .Martinmas, Vinton, Calla. 

2 2“>‘ 8® Buxton Illlgert, Ztdina, Seasick. 

IV. CahUl). Weight today 95. 

2 2= 4’ Biixlon .T..\. Murray. Ilanilmaideii, Sevorlon. 

3 4"X 6”*P.uxton 'Tawasenllia. Adelia. Sevenfull. 

1 11 4= .1 Butler Boas, Dareington, VV’ap. 

McCafferty). Weight today 110. 

4 4’ 4"i Buxton BoogerRed. Montclair. GrecuGtHids. 

2 23 6"* Gilbert R. Young. lViH»len, 5landarin. 

6 3'* 2»x Buxton S't. Avon, Emma G., Royal (Jueen. 

Ilalock). ^ Weight today 97. 

9 9= 9=-'' Cadmon Boog(;rRcd. Montclair. Gri-eiiGiHHls. 

8 9= 9'®J.Musgr’ ve ConnleM.. Black Dre.ss, Ar.ilyman. 

5 5* 5®* Marty Hiilden Hand, Kerry, Orltlamh. 

aklea (F. J. NeU). Weight today 97. 

7 S* S” E Lynch Sainagnes, Sir Angus, Hiimero. 

6 4nk 9'®*Coles Sophomore, San GII, .Miss Charity. 

3 3* 6'® Coles Exchequer, Hllgert, Sightly. 

theo (C. H, Greenfield), Weight today 95. 

2 2'>k 4“5 Vand’sen Adena, Wahoo, Walter Mllh*r. 

4 8' 10”JW McIn’reBelle Griffon, Dally, Rio Vista. 

8 6' 6'= Buxton P.Mahone, H.ofShennamere. Souihro 



PRINCESS LOUISE, h. f, 3, by Bobby Beach — Princess Rose (E. Troter). Weight today 95. 

73291) Oakland 3-4 1:14* fast 15 92 8 7 8 9' H'’*E SuIIivanCuernavaca, Titiisll., I..(’..\<-kerlev. 



i.i-.H( oaKianu 0-4 i:i4* fast l,» 92 8 <8 9' H'’*K SuIIivanCuernavaca, TitiisIL, I..(’..\<-kerley. 

ABRAHAM, ch, g. 3, by St. Avoniens — Forest Dame (G. Motheral). Weight today 107. 

74C..2 ,S. Anita .5-8 l:tH)* fast 8 102 12 11 11 12 12-’'*'Taplhi Cardinal. ' LittleWiek'y. Fi-anelsean. 

7..SII S. .Anita 3-1 1:13* fa.st 2* 104 2 4 5 7* 7= G Burns .Montclair, Dr. Simrnll. 'TIi. Flyer. 

729:17 S. .Anita 3-4 1:17* slop 4 100 3 1 1 1’ 2’ G Burns Orcagna, Dr. Simrall, Charley Paine 

ST. CHARLES, ch. c, 3, by Rubicon — Anita B. (W. Fisher). Weight today 107, 

73746 Oakland 5* f 1:06* fast 50 104 1 5 7 S' 9‘«'.A Walsh Boas, Dareington, AVap. 

6:*614 (hikl.and .5-8 1 ;02* fast 9 112 1 1 1 If 9'= -Alarie l)ii|M)rt, KariHio, Ed Davis. 

69.l:t7 Oakland 5-8 l:o:! mud 4* 112 6 2 2 P' 6'® Uettig Allair. Kar.Hlo. Sir AVesley. 

KARODO, b. c, 3, by St. Dory — Dayo (J. F. Donlon). Weight today 100. 

7KMS S. Anita 7 8 1:27 fast IM) lol 2 6 5 4 56 7*’ J rallahanDallv. Barney Ohitield. Eonlte. 

T.'SiTo s’. Anita 6* f 1 :2()3 Li.st :!() lo7 9 7 7 9' 9” J Callaliaii Aristotle, Barnev oldliel.l, Eonlte. 

7:!512 .S. Anita 5* f 1:07* fast 13 lio 4 6 7 ei* 6®J .M Preston Royal Queen. I)iiiidal.le. Lac.kf.H>t. 

SONALTO, b. g, 3, by Altamax — Sonomis (T. H, Williams), Weight today 92. 

First start. 



.5* f 1:06* fast 50 104 1 

.5-8 1 ;02* fast 9 112 1 

5-8 1:0:! mud 4* 112 6 



KARODO, b. c, 3, by St. Dory — Dayo (J. F. Donlon). 

7KMS S. .Anita 7 8 1:27 fast (M) lol 2 6 5 4 56 7” J Calla' 



7.'!97o S. Anita 
7:!512 ,S. Anita 



1® 1’ J Lee B. Brigade. Halbard, Arrow Swift. 

3* 3=i G Swain Lislerine, Severus, Bucket Brigade. 

L Clark). Weight today 93. 

2® 2* J Lee K. Moving. AA'hiskBroom, l,<*x. I.ady. 

1’ 1= J L-e AVh. Broom, La .Soiier, May Jene. 

2* 2' Gattgel Masquerade. Financier, Orlandot. 

7 7= C Henry Klng’sDanghter, Frank I.rf>r(l, Deuce 

frs. M. Goldblatt). Weight today 106. 

2’ 2’ Pickens .Synchron’d.AA'.Griswell.S.A’iilentinc. 

1= 1’ V Powers Nancy, Buck. Brigade. SI.A’alentine 

1* 1' Pickens Ixvtns Eater, .Marias, Wool Sandals. 

2* 2® Pickens Onagga, Plantland, Sir Vagrant. 



TERAH, b. c, 3, by Abe Frank — Charm (E. A. Brennan). Weight today 98. 

74.5X4 Li'Xington 3 4 1:19* hvy 3 112 1 ;5 5 2'' I’ V Powers Mo«|neltc. Macias. Juilge Denton. 

744x9 l.«-xington 1 1:41* g<x«l 8-5 91 4 4 4 3 3® 1’* A Morgan KeepMoving, Milfonl.'TomKc.arney. 

74:i,S 9 Lexington 1 1:41* fast 7 5 105 C 2 2 I 1® 1’ J Lee B. Brigade. Halbard, Arrow Swift. 

7.38:i9 CltyPark 1 1-16 1:52* mud 4* 98 5 C 6 4 3* 3=* G Swain Lislerine, Severus, Bucket Brlgaile. 

HASTY AGNES, b. f, 3. by Hastings — St. Agnes (H. Clark). Weight today 93. 

74.561 Lexington 7 8 1:31 hvy 6-5 lo.5* 112 1 2® 2* .1 Lee K. Moving. AA'hiskBroom, l.<*x. I.ady. 

74411 I.<’Xington 3-4 1:18 mud 2-5 107 2 3 2 1’ 1= J la-e AVh. Broom, La .Soiier, May .Tene. 

741S3 F.Grounds 3-4 l;14*g(x>d 1 108 1 3 2 2* 2' Gattgel Masquerade. Financier, Orlandot. 

74148 F.Grounds 5 8 1 :00 fakt 5* 95 7 7 7 7 7= C Henry Klng’sDanghter, Frank I.rf>r(l, Ileuce 

KORTIBOY, b. c. i, by Albert — Counterbreeze (Mrs. M. Goldblatt). Weight today 106. 

74675 l.oiiisv'le 1 1 16 1 :54g inuil 6-5 112 1 3 2 2 2’ 2" Pickens S.vnchron’d.AA'.Griswell.S.A’iilentine. 

74L'!2 Jxiiisv'le 1 1 16 1 :.52* hvy 9 5 110 3 2 1 1 1= 1’ V Powers Nancy, Buck. Brigade. SI.A’alentine 

74438 I>-xington 1 1:47 hvy 4 ltd 2 2 1 1 1* 1' Pickens Ixvtns Eater, .Macias, Wool Sandals. 

74415 I^-x’glon 1 1-16 1:52* mud 7 5 107 3 3 2 2 2* 2* Pickens Onagga, Plantland, Sir Vagrant. 

COLONEL JIM DOUGLAS, br. h. 6, by Henry Young — Rainy Day (A. Oldham). Weight today 104. 
746 .4 l...uisville ll:4r.ilivy 16 105 6 4 3 5. 6 5'"*Goo.se Polly Prim. The Minks. AVing Ting. 

C94.S7 I.atonia 7-8 1:27* fast 101 5 5 5 5 5' 5’* J Butler B. Brummel. Electorine, Ovelando. 

69196 I’hur. Downs 7-8 l:‘2Ci fast ‘KIS 4 5 .5 a 5 5’ Moriarity Frootenac, Fantastic, LIghtAA'ooI. 

(»i:!4 Pliiir. Downs 3 4 1:14* slow 111 1 11 3t> 4* A Brown Frontenac, Old Honesty, M.Sutton. 

USURY, b. m, 6, by Knight of the Thistle— Interest (B. F. Guthrie). Weight today 99. 

71292 Lalonia 3-4 1:15* hvy 15 97 4 3 4 4t» Brandt Dainty Dame. Frontenac. L.Esther. 

712C4! l.utonia .5* f 1:10* hvy 12 105 :: 2 4 5* 6'-' Griffith Letts, Ovelando. .Atarvel P. 

71187 I>atonia 1 1:41 gftod 30 101* 1 1 2 2 4'* 4®* Brandt Lady Esther, Convolo, Miss Strome. 

SHABP POINT, blk. g. 3, by Jack Point— Elsie F. (B. F. Guthrie). • Weight today 87. 

71'-’44 l.atonia 5* f 1 :12* hvy 30 1(1.5*10 10 10 10® 10’«*Grifmh Price.Jewel. M. Gallagher. D. Ann. 

691.32 t’hur. Downs 4 1-2 f 56| slow 100 14 14 13’ 13” V Powers Gremse. Rexall, Vlctorene H.nnnon. 

68843 t’liur. Downs 4 1-2 f 55* fast 97 4 5 7 7”*G Swain Black.slicep, Bayou Lark, Condlco. 

ST, MAGNET, b. c, 3, by Sorcerer— Lady J. (E. H. Reed). Weight today 90. 

74.559 Lexington 5* f 1:11* hvy 30 91 .5 4 9 7.1 X*® Ellenor EstellaC.. TfsldyHodge, B.GtsNlwiii. 



SECOND RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds, Selling, (72017 — 1:11* — 3 — 103.) 



BOAS, b. g, 3, by Royal Flush III. — Scythians (Keene Bros.). 

TlliOS < laklinid Fi’LlI fast 13 5 lo:! 6 6 2 2.’. 2' 'T Rice 

7:i7x8 Oakland 11:42 fast 8-5 104 6 1 1 1 1= 2* Scoville 

7:!746 Oakland 5* f 1:06* fast 8 106 2 2 2 2= 1} W .MllU-r 

TURNAWAY. ch. f, 3, by Nimrod— Tern (B. C. Watkins). 

74566 Oakland F G 1 :10* f.a.st 7 lii3 2 1 1 1= P' AA' Kelly 

74514 Oakland .5* f 1 :06* fast 60 107 5 9 9 9’ 7'= Keogh 

74170 Oakland F C 1:10* fa.st 10 97 8 7 7 8' 7'®SBiixton I 

MONTCLAIR, b. g, 3, by St. Simooiu II. — ^Van-e-Cler (E. L. Talley) 



746:!.5 Oakland 7-8 1 :2.5* fast 10 105 3 1 1 1 1=* 1.'. GoldsI 

74.593 Oiikhmd lm7iiy 1:4.5? giMsl 2* Kil 3 2 2 1 P' 3’J GoldsI 

74541 Oakland 7-8 1:26* fast 5 lilO 2 1 1 1 It* P-k GoldsI 

BE THANKFUL, ch. c. 3, by Handsome— Crest (J. M. Crane). 
73770 Oakffind lm70y 1 :4C* fa-st 8 PK! 3 7 6 4 .56 7®A Sandv 

73673 Oakland ll:4'2*fast 3* 104 1 5 5 5 2®k 4®J Gllbei 

73286 Oakland 3-4 1:15 fast 4 94 4 2 2 l®k i'* GUber 



74.593 tliikhind lin7()v 1:45? giMsl 2* 
74541 Oakland 7-8 l:26^ast 5 



I’i 1* Goldstein 
P' 3’J Goldstein 
16 pik Goldstein 



5 2®k 4®J Gilbert 

2 l»k I'j Gilbert 



SAN OLMO, ch. c, 3, by St. Symphorion — Installetrix (Sobre Vista Stsble). 



Weight today 101. 
B.nnonlc.i, Royal Queen, KHly Myer 
Catherine F., Last Go. Coll^rt. 
Dareington, Wap. Abtiey. 

Weight today 103, 
Emma G., .xian Olmo. Balreed. 
Adena, Montclair. B(s>ger Red. 
Sevenftill, Balreed. Royal Queen. 

) Weight today 115, 

AA’np, Gypsy King. Orilene. 

Tavora. .Alartininas. Henry O. 
Belmere, .Alartininas, Korosilaiiy. 

Weight today 102. 
M. Jordan, Handmaiden, Patriotic. 
AlciblaUes, Husky, Buto. 
Bannatyne, Zlck Abrams, John H. 



71.56.6 Oakland F C 1 :10* fust 15 !)9 10 10 in 7* 3' Kent 

74416 tAakland 11:42 fast l.S 5 102 7 1 1 1 16 2'* AV Kelly 

74.372 Oakland 3-4 1:14 slow 100 99 9 9 9 9 8== W Kelly 

TALIEN, ch. f, 3, by Bannockburn — Corsica (B. Schreiber), 

74561 Oakland .5* f 1 :0S fast 10 107 3 3 .3 2' IJ Buxton 

74229 Oakland 5* f 1 :08 fast 30 94 1 5 5 7 ' 9'® GillsTt 

69002 Oakland 1-2 49* fast 3 112 4 3 2* 2* Klrsch’m 

EXPECTANT, br. f, 3, by Balgowan — Hoffnung (H. Mack). 

74.543 Oakland 11:41* fa.st 60 105 2 5 5 5 66 c” 'T Rice 

74298 Oakland 1 1:41* fa-st 15 105 1 3 3 3 3= 4»* Sandy 

742‘27 Oakland 7-8 1:30 fast 12 97 7 5 5 3 l®k in a AValsh 



7' 9'® Gills-rt 
2* 2* Klrsch’m 



Weight today 108. 



Tiirmiw.Ty. Emm.-i G.. Balreed. 
•Teremlah. SI. Kilda. .\r<Mnatiz<>. 
CeiitreShot, Flrelgill, AL Amelia. 

Weight today 98. 
Fern L., Zoe Young, Jeanette AA’. 
St. Avon, Ed Davis, Emma G. 
Gigana, Carmelliia. Ijist Go. 

Weight today 98. 
W.ip. Billy Myer, Wolfville. 

High Gun, B. .Myer. Wolfville. 
Supine, Onatassa. Prank Skinner. 



LORD FILIGRANE. b. g. 3, by Filigraiie — The Lady Rebecca (J. Dinkelspiel). Weight today 105. 

746:15 Oakland 7-8 1:25* fast 20 101 2 4 7 7 7i‘ 7”.*J .Alelntyre.Alontctalr, Wap, Gypsy King. 

74569 Oakland 1 1-16 1:47* fast 6 101 6 4 .3 3 3* I'l ,I McIntyreLiicy (!., Steel Blue, Riihiuon. 



74518 Oakland lm20y 1:41* fast 8 101 9 8 5 5 5* 6= .1 McIntyreStandover, Illlgert, Ed Slieridan. 

PATRIOTIC, eb. f, 3, by Bannockburn — ^America (J. B. Dna). Weight today 101. 

74371 Oakland 1 1-16 1 :49* slow 25 84 10 5 8 8 9® 8'= C’N.neau Mandarin. C.Palne, M.M.BowdlsIi. 

74310 Oakland lm20y 1:42 fast 5* 89 2 2 4 3 3* 3' A Walsh StUfCbe, Palemon. Eftapa. 

74260 Oakland lm70y 1:44* fast 16 92 3 3 3 3 4* 7‘® A AValali PeUgroeo, T. Abeam. Johnstown. 

BONHEUR. ch. f, 3, by Ingoldsby — ^Royal Una (Franklht Btable). Weight today 98. 

74395 Oakland 1 1:13* slow 60 98 3 3 6 9 9 9=“P H’brand Wueraburger, Wolfville. B. Myer. 

74:^ Oakland 3-4 1:14* fast 25 106 4 9 10 19® 10'» Goldstein Cnrrlcalnm. B. Myer. (1. Handton. 



73748 Oakland Si 1 1:06* laat SO 102 5 



Safe 7*1 F H’brand BoaCi 'DareteKtoo, 



/ 





ROOM 312 - 59 D€ARBORN,Sr.- CHICAGO 



DAILT! RACING! FORM. 



FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1908. 



FAMOUS PARTNERSHIPS AND PLUNGERS. 



yon a ooiiplo of ponlos tliat I shall get forty- 
tlvf iHMimls for him.’ roplied .Mellish. 

••Tin- wager was prompt ly taken by half a dozen 
offleers. Mellish <|Uletly Isiokeil all the Is-ts. ami 
then, putting the sjairs to his ehargiT, gallo|M-d 
straight for the enemy’s near«'sf piek*‘t. As sim*ii 
.as he was within range the Freneh sharpshooters 
iM'gan to blaze at him, imt, regardless of the bullets 
that whistled around him, .Mellish Pale un till his 
hors»> was shot under him. 'riien. waving his hand 
to the Frenehmen, he walked ets)lly back to the 
British lines untou<‘lusl. Now, the tiovernmeiit 
then allowed forty-tive |s>unds for every otlie<‘r'8 
horse kilbsl in aetion. So Harry Meliish won the 
wager, for whieh he had delils-rately rRked his 
life. 

"Out of ids sidendid pp»perty only one small 
farm was left to him. 'I’here he lived ipdtdi.v on 
his wife’s ineoiiie, foreswore Ix-tting and gambling, 
and devoted his attention to seientitie farming amt 
the bPH'ding of e.attle and greylnmnds. He (lied 
in 1.S17 at the early age of thirty-seven. 

"The story of tin- ill-fated .Maninis of Hastings 
is t(M» well known to call for n petition h('re. .\ii- 
other notorious idunger. of the nn ■ t to dish tyiK*. 
was Krnest Benson, eonimoidy known a- the ’.Tiitdleo 
Jnggins,’ wlu, got through a fortune of '.(i^) 

in two yettrs. Yet. now and tlien. < > en he hm' 
his giMHl times. But a man wlio could spi nd 
(Mat on a pleasure trip to .\nstralla and dioi> th ni.s- 
ands at liaeearat in it single evening, seureely ma'dvit 
plunging on the turf to l>ring him to s|sa“dy ruin. 
I liave known men to wlioin tlie reckless tiinging 
away of money wtis a fascinating pastime. 'fin; 
mere possession of ready easli intlamed them witli 
an irresistilde passion for throwing it away. 

“'rile inimb(>r of nien wlio have at one time or 
another won fortunes on tlie turf and then let 
their winnings go again is extraordinary. Never 
iM'ing satistied witli one fortune they tried for two 
and lost all. Hidsdale. wlio, witli Cull.v as a 
liartner. won tlie Hertiy twice, died in a garret at 
Newmarket witlnnit tlie price of a phit of ale to 
bless liimself with, while William ('hifiiey. tlie 
owner of tle> e>'lel>rated I’riain. whose ('staldislinient 
at Newmarket rivalli-d ♦’PM-kl'oriL’s in Its niagniti- 
eenee, died nearl.v as liadly olT as Itidsdate. 'I'lien 
tlie money .Mr. IbMigniaii won in l.s.">.s on KiM-ket. 
for tlie ('I'sarewlteli, in on Victor for tin* 

Koval Hunt, In ISt!.'! on Verdant for tlie Klior and oit 
(Confederate for the (Ireat Kasleru Handica|>s, in 
l.siai on I’anl .Toiu's for the Chester Cup and in I.sii!* 
on Weslminsler for tlie Cainbridgesliire. must liavi* 
iieeik fabnions; but. as l.ord <!eorge Beiitinck dis- 
covered. it was not sntlicient to l>ay expenses for 
tile niim'.ier of liorses he Iniil in training and in Unit 
manner and nnsneeessfnl s|ieeulatlon nndted away 
lik(‘ tlie nioniing dew. 

*‘.\t one time Mr. Bravley was ‘tired of win- 
ning.’ blit in ids case. t's>. a serii's id' failures, 
eonihined willi a very large stud, soon tis»k more 
tlian all the gill olT the gingerbread. Mr. Bonnet 
again by the two victories of Mclby in the Chester 
Clip ( l.'d;.->-(>), won over cno.iKsi: yet a few years 
later he liad not as many farlhiiigs. l’o<>r Carew'. 
who stiHMl to win cisti.iMMi on Uhl Kolsrt, illetl 
almost penniless in Itonlogne.’’ 



How British Turf Giants Operated More Than a 
I CMitnry Ago, 



FOURTH RAC^-5-8 Mile. 2-ycar-olds. Handicap, (TUOsy — 



NOTES OF THE TURF. 



eling. which open* d Moli- 
n' the horsenieii who hav(> 
at the .Suburban ineeliiig 



Tile Vancouver .loekey Club will hold a two days 
meeting. .May 1!.'! and ‘-’•'i. 'I'hc track is said lo ii<‘ 
In excidleiit condition and a good representation of 
Seattle horses is eNpei ted. 

Idoii K. Kerr has deeided to make a steepb'- 
ehasi-r out of Kio Cramh’. tlie four year old gelding 
by I’essara Vab'ra. which lie purchased Irom 1’. 
It. Ford early in this year. 

1.. -\. Celia has sold his two year-idd Inela to .1. 
\V. .NidT id' la‘\iiigtoii. The tllly is by TiMldington - 
.Mieiia and has earned itsso since her tirsl start in 
.laniiary . winning two races, fniishing second in 
two and third in one. 

Caidain Fred I’resgrave. who will shin lo Mon- 
tre.il at the close of the I'inilico mei-ting, was a 
.schiHilinate of Sir .Montagu .Mien, president of the 
Montreal .bs-key Club and for that rea.son takes an 
especial interest in the meeting. 

.bickcy Ki ogh’s negotiations for a contract with 
Barney Sclireiber have fallen Ihrongh. He is not 
anxious to go to Seattle, though l>. ,\. Boss, who 
holds a eoniract on him. will race his stable llierc. 
He may spend the snninicr visiting ridalives in tin" 



FIFTH RACE — 1 1-16 Miles. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. ((>'.t.->.s(i — ] ; — i — j»;i.) 



tneager men ever seen, wliom his eoniein|sir.iries 
nicknamed ’.No. It.’ from a fancied rescnibl.incii 
which the a|ipearance of his extraordinayily long 
Ihiti legs bore to that iiiitnid'al. .\ml very liwdy 
tliese two niade it for tlie betting iinn. for .Mellish 
miver o|ietied his month nmler C.''><hi in the i-ing. 

"Stirring scenes there must have been down at 
Briglltotl. The two pulled oil' some big coU|is to 
getlier. atid on the whole held their own well 
against the ring, though, perhaps, not with such 
distinguished success as the Hon. Kich.ird Vernon, 
conunonly called Idck Vernoti. who. if we 
are to believe Ids biogra[dier. Thomas Hoi- 
croft l.iiithor of that admired conied.v. ’The 
Koad to Kitin' I, was ‘so adroit in liedging his bets 
that he usually made a -tg Io.imni tsiok by* which he 
lost nothing, nor could he in any case liave lost 
an.vihing.' But .Midlisli lived at such a r.iti* tliat 
the wealth of Cpm'siis could not have stood the 
strain. He had clo.se ii|ion forty horses in training, 
seventeen earriagi' horses, a doz.en hunters in l.ei- 
cestershire. tiv(> eliargers at Brighton the was cap 
tain of the Kltli Hussars, the tie phis ultra of 

fashionable siddieringt besides liacks innunK'rable, 
and li.ad a whole brigade of ri’tainers in his |ia.v. 

whos<‘ crimson liveries alone must liave cost liiin a 
lU'ett.v penii.v. Tlieii he was al.so an eiithnsiaslii* 
supiMirter of the prize ring; in fact, tlie noble 
army of bruisers looked iiiion him as their treasiir 
er and made no sli,ght demainls ii|>on his purse. 

Vet md ail this lavish exiienditure would have 
rnineil Midllsh if he could only htive kept aloof 

from cards and dice. 

''Blit ‘vile, insinuating liazard’ elTected that 

which iM'tting in tlie ring only partiall.v aceoni- 

idished. and tilched from the reckless plunger his 
fair domains. It is said tluit lie otice staked 

,E4u.(Mmi upon a single throw and lost. Un one 

occasion In* lost f.ti.tMK) at one sitting at Brooks' 
Club, in St. James street, and was leaving tlie 
place when he met his Royal .Highness the Duke of 
Sussex, to yvhoiu he exelainied: 'I’ve lost everything; 
I'm mined.’ 'rhereui>on the gotsl-iiatiirr-d duke, 
ciaiiidng him on the back, said; ‘Coiiie back, yoiir 
luck will turn, iierhaps.’ .\nd it did turn with a 
vengeance, for he won tKlO.oOO clean off ilie reel 
from his Royal Highness. But all lie ever got in 
discharge of the debt was un annuity of tl.iKkt a 
year, badl.v iiald. 

"The last straw to tireak tin* camel’s back was 
the St. Leger of ISOli, over which tlie Iwdting was 
teri'ilic. The 'S|iorting Magazine' two montlis be- 
fore tlie race was nin stated that there was little 
doubt tliat u|iwards of one million guineas had al- 
read.v been paid. I..ord Fole.v and Mellish were 
amongst tho.se who were most heavily hit by tlie 
victory of Fyldener. 'I'he latter, Indei'd. was 
ruined b.v tlio blow. In the following Ibs-enilier his 
stud was sold, whilst he hinis(>ir left England and 
went out as an aide-de-camii to Sir Rowland Fergu- 
son in Spain, where the I’eninsular war was then 
raging. 

"But tiefore he lifft lie had the honor of enter- 
taining his Royal Highness the I’rince R'-gmit in 
his ancestrill hall at Blythe, whieli was no longer 
his. however, for he had been comtxdleil to s«*ll it to 
■Mr. Walker, the great Ironfounder. of Rotherdain, 
wlio generously lent iiim the house in order that ln8 
might pla.v tlie host to his distinguished guest in 
a manner worth.v of his reputation. 

“During the few days that Mr. Mellish gave his 
farewell rece|ition to royalty he and the Princi- 
used to sit up all night engaged in the fascinating' 
pursuit game of hazard, aiid then* is still pre- 
served In Doncaster, I lielieve. the little table at 
which the muster of Blythe rattled the dice for 
tlie last time with the future Sovereign of England. 
On ladng appolnttsl aide-de-camp to Sir Rowland 
Ferguson Mr. Mellish recelvinl the bn'vet rank of 
t'.olonel, and whilst he was attaclnsl to that Oen- 
eral’s staff distinguished himself so conspicuously 
by bis gallantr.v anil intelligence that he was miire 
than once honored with special mention and praise 
in the dispatches of the Duke of Widlington. Fn- 
fortunately. ho»'ever. Mellish could not restrain liis 
passion for gambling, a vice which the Duke viewial 
with the greatest abhorrence during a eamii.aign. 
and the eonse<juenc«‘ was that the Colonel was ad- 
vised to throw up his po'st and return home. 

“It WU.S whilst he was in the I’eninsula that 
Mellish made one of the maddest bets in the annals 
of wagering. He ap|)cartd one morning on a 
wretched looking horse, which made him the sule 
ject of unlimlteil chaff. ‘Why, the brute wouldn’t 
fetch a fiver.* said use of bis brother officers. ‘I’ll 



Turf Ratings’ Best Bet: New York, Bar 4; Oak- 

land, Nothing. 

Turf Reporter’s Special: New York-Care-78-75-73- 

74-86-89-81-33-39-63. 

Thiirsda.v's Daily (Mu- Horse Win* w;vs: 



The jiast week our Daily Wire was: 
Tuesday, May 5 : . Monday, May I: 

Prejuicio 7-10 ‘Jnd Pajaroita O-o Won 

Saturday, May : Friday, May 1: 

Centre Shot.. . 0-5 Won Native Son B-l Won 

Thursday, A|iril BO: Wednesday, April ao: 

Humero 7-‘2 Won Frank Flittner 1-1 Won 

Tuesday, April 28: Monday, April 27 : 

Liisaro 0-10 Won Scratched 



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SIXTH RACE — 1 Mile. 4-ycar-olds and upward. Allowances. (00104 — 1:38s — 1 — 1)5.) 



SIDNEY F., b. g. 5, by Royal Fluab III.— Extract (Johnaoo ft Dodaon). 

7446S Oakland 7-S 1 fa .st 9 9.'. ■> - - 

74394 Oakland 6i f 1 slow 20 100 

74083 OaJdand 1 1:39* fast H 102 3 5 5 5 4* 4“i Vand’seu' 

BBLMERE, b. f, fi, by Ogden — ^Nabma (C. Bowman). 

74.'.s;( (lakland :! 4 1 :1 1> geod S 109 1 7 5 3-'l 1- D Beliiiid 

74.-.41 Oakland 7-8 1 :2 «r fast 11-10 HI 3 5 2 2 2 < 2'>i< IV Miller 

74421 Oakland F C l:10i| fast 4 105 6 S 6 5i 3J Kandy 

DOLLIE DOLLARS, b. f. 4. by Toddington — Nadavig (A. B. Buebaa 
74.543 Oakland 1 1-lf. 1 :4r.i fa.st 10 93 7 7 7 7 P- 3<> ("iHuieaii 

74393 tkikland 1 1-16 l:4Sij slow 1 96 1 1 1 1 I’J I'i A Walsh 

74;M4 Oakland 7-8 1:26* fast 8 108 6 6 4 4 5»i W Miller St 

TAVORA. b. m, S, by Balgowan — Nance O’Neill (H. R. Schaffer). 

74.59:t Oakland lm70y 1 ;45ii good 9 103 5 3 3 2 2'i 1>> J .McIntyre .Martinmas 

74.541 Oakland 7-8 1:261 fast 15 109 9 8 8 6 5 * 5» J .McIntyreMontclair 

74420 Oakland 1 1-16 1:47* fast 18-5 110 7 6 4 4 Tnt 9“ Sandy *' : 

BT. ELMWOOD, b. e. 4, by St. Symphoiien — laatallatrix (Sobre 'Vista Stable). 

74638 Oakland 3-4 1 :12!! fast 13 HM 1 6 7 7' 7'« Saiidv 

74542 Oakland 1 1-16 1 :4.5J fa.st 10 9S 5 2 3 3 '2i> 4‘'' Kent 

74168 Oakland 7-8 l:25g fast 15 102 6 1 3 4 5‘ 6>s W Kelly The Mist, 

MARTINMAS, ch. g, 8, 'by Martagon — Nekomit (E. J, Ramsey), 

74637 Oakland lni70y 1:44* fa.st 9-5 111 ‘ 

74.593 Oakland liii70v 1 :45>! giaid .5 1 07 2 4 4 4 3l> 2h W Miller 

74.V41 Oakland 7-8 l;26g fast 5* 108 10 10 9 8 6= S”* Keogh 

VESME, ch. g, 4, by 'Yeauvian — Guess Me (San Antonio Stablo). 

741.30 K. Anita 1 1 ;39i( fast 11-5 102 3 6 7 7 4i IJ .Musginve 

T’3974 S. Anita 11:40 fast 8-5 105 4 3 5 2 2» 2“1 ..M Presto 

73454 S. Anita 1 1:39* fast 2 104 '2 6 5 5 3» 1< M ITestoi 

LURETTA, ch, m, 6, by Hermenco — Itinerant (H. G. Bedwell). 

74418 tiakland 1 1:41 fast 9-5 107 2 1 1 1 1- 16 \\ Miller 

74311 Oakland 6-8 1:01 fast 11-20 119 7 5 4 4«i‘ 3* Lycurgus 

7421C Oakland 3-4 1:13* fast 10 109 1 111* 3' Lycurgus 

GUARDI, ch. g, 4. by St. Leonards— Splendour (W. D. Millard). 

73744 S. Anita 1 1-8 1:5.3* fast 2 :a; : ; ; - - -- -■ 

73533 ,S. Anita 1 1-4 2:06 fast 13-5 106J 2 2 2 

73454 S. Anita 1 1 :39| fast 5 107 6 7 6 6 

BTX BTS XL. b. f, 4, to Sir WaltM^-Vorfliuibcia (X. Tivttor). 

74583 Oakland lm70y l:4..f g.sid 7 304 C 1 1 3 4« 6>»JWKel 



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- - Weight today 108. 

( 6 :t.i 26 Coldstciii The Mist. Siigiirmaid. Fred Bent. 

? ^ Kelly Llsaro, Siigarmald, The .Mist. 

Sugarmald, Hllgert, Fred Bent. 

Weight today 108. 
I’K'en. Ray Bennett. J. W. O’Neill 
Montclair. Martinmas. Korosllany. 
L. Nelson, Korosllany, A. B. Cook. 

Weight today 102. 
Vox I’opiili, Dariima, Kt. Elmwood. 
Eduardo. Ia*gatee. Ixird Flligrnne. 
Elmwood, Belmere, 'Tim. Wen. 

Weight today 106. 
Montclair. Henry O. 

, Belmere, Martinmas. 

Martinmas, Col. Girl. Nabonassar. 

Weight today 107. 
Buni.Busii. Bri'jiilcio. Silv. Stocking 
yoxi’opiill, Darnraa. DollleDollars. 

Sidney F.. Sugarmald. 

, - - Weight today 108, 

‘i (» W Miller Earl Rogers. Netlliig. Vinton. 

Tavora, Montclair. Henry O. 
Montclair, Belmere, Korosllany. 

Weight today 104. 
•Montclair, Friar of Elgin. Wistaria 
Ingham. Tcacress, Mandarin. 
Bustling Silk, Ouardl, UncleHenry. 

Weight today 106, 
Eiitrada, Nonlc, Mcmlon. 

Marwood, Kenilworth, Sid Silver. 
Yada, Lord Nelson, Combury. 

, . _ - Weight today 104. 

HXt 1 4 4 3 2* 2* Musgr’ve .\vontellus. Merllngo, Bragg. 

2 1* 1* Harty Bragg. Nadzu. Bostof. 

4J 3«J Harty Vesme, Rustling Silk, Uncle Henry. 

^ >. Weight today 102. 

4« 6'*JW Kelly Tavora, Martinmas, Montclair. 

3‘ 3i Goldstein Slbarl, T. Abeam, Nadzn. 

1* 5* Buxton Dollle Dollars, Darnma, Oargantna. 

Rosa Brim (C. P. Fink). Weight today 111. 

113 S 7 7 7=* 7>*lKIrseh’ni Gov. Orman. Thurbet. A. Hvinan. 

1«( 9 9 8 7* 6»i Mentry J.W.O’Nelll. G.Uandlon, S. Warner. 

113 7 3 1 3 5’i 6‘* Mentry MarkieMayer, C. Sarto, HappyRice 

naria (D. A. Boat). Weight today 102. 

106 6 9 8 8‘* 8'* Keogh L.oftheForest, Nat. Son. Clondlight. 

106 5 6 6 6* 6»i Keogh Rllerd, College Widow, 'Toupee. 

104 7 9 8 9 8 9***Keoeb Uemmell, Ocean Shore, Gargantua. 



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